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Jul 03

Opposition of Saturn

We started off viewing Venus, then Jupiter. We went to the Moon then finally Saturn. I explained the best time to view the Moon when it isn't so full with my pan of flour. We...

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Jul 02

June Observations of the Moon

by Aidan Kaminsky

Recently in South Florida, the weather has been terrible. Rain and lightning plague the night sky, making it horribly difficult for an amateur astronomer such as myself to study a variety of night time objects....

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Jun 28

Mars Close Approach - July 30, 2018

Mon, Jul 30 at 10:00pm - Tue, Jul 31 at 2:00am PDT Science & Technology Mars will be closest to Earth in the early morning hours of July 31, 2018. Griffith Observatory's All Space Considered...

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Jun 25

Open and Free Public Astronomical Observation to All Interested

In the name of Jorge Barboza, Lucas Fiori Izaias and Marcos Antonio Amateur Astronomers and Founders of the Group of Astronomical Studies of Iguaraçu - PR (GEAI) in partnership with Astronomers Without Borders, GaeA -...

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Jun 25

ORADEAstronomie

On April 19 th 2018, the Symposium ORADEAstronomie began with the opening of the painting exhibition: planets, stars, the Milky Way galaxy, a space shuttle in the Earth's orbit. The children prepared materials on the...

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Jun 25

ORADEAstronomie at Cheresig and Tarian

On April 26th 2018, the Astronomy and Space Science Club organized two educational activities at the Cheresig and Tarian Secondary Schools in Bihor county, Romania. We presented maps of the night sky, interesting facts about...

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