Public Nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory
Thursday, October 18, 2018
7:30pm - 10:00pm
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Dr. James R. Sowell
Public nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory are back for 2018-2019! The observatory will be open one Thursday each month for people to observe various celestial bodies. A talk will be given about thirty minutes after the Public Night begins.
Sep.20, 8-10:30 Moon, Saturn, Mars
Oct.18, 7:30-10 Moon, Mars
Nov.15, 7-9 Moon, Mars
Dec.13, 7-9 Moon, Mars
Jan.17, 7-9 Moon, Orion Nebula
Feb.14, 7-9 Moon, Orion Nebula
March 14, 8-10:30 Moon, Orion Nebula
Apr.11, 8:30-11 Moon, Star Cluster
If you park in a campus Visitor Lot, please pay the fee upon arrival.
The Public Night is contingent on clear weather. Potential closures and driving directions are on the official website.
Last revised October 9, 2018