George Mason Observatory’s ‘Evenings Under the Stars’ series (where you’ll also get to look at awesome galaxies, stars, planets and more through our 0.8 meter telescope!) is back for Spring 2014! The next event will be Monday, March 10th and will feature a talk by Darryl Wilson on ‘Lunar Phases’! Talk at 7:00 PM. Observing starts at 7:30PM until 9:30PM. Arrive at the lobby of Research Hall. As always the event is free and everyone is invited! We hope you can come out and join us!
Remember that there will only be one talk given during each observing session so make sure you don’t miss it! Directions to GMU and Research Hall here: http://eagle.gmu.edu/map/fairfax.php Zoom in to find Research Hall next to engineering building and York River Rd. Keep an eye on twitter for updates – Just keep an eye out for weather – the event may be postponed or cancelled due to bad conditions – updates will be available here – Observatory Twitter
About the talk:
The moon is one of the brightest and most stunning objects in the night sky. It is large enough to show recognizable detail with almost any size telescope. This talk will describe …