Took the kids for their first trip to the planetarium. They loved all the space artifacts and movie We went to the 9pm Showing.
Updated As Information Is Provided The following are non-profit organizations for the advancement of the science and hobby of astronomy, education of their members and the public. You are encouraged to seek counsel and experience through participation in their meetings, lectures, classes, practical activities star watch activitiesnational and international travel expeditionsand lecture series. You'll find many free events where you can take your family, friends, or a special someone for an unforgettable event.
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The Muncie Astronomy Club provides an opportunity for people interested in exploring our marvelous universe to come together for fellowship, education and fun. The MAC provides families, individuals and organizations with opportunities to observe the sky safely, engage in learning experiences, and master astronomy related skills. The Club organizes planetarium and observatory visits, star parties and unique astronomy-related activities. The Muncie Astronomy Club consists of a diverse group of people in eastern Indiana who are interested in astronomy and space.
No need to bring a tent, or sleep in a sleeping bag, or eat so-so food. Medomak has comfortable, private cabin facilities with real beds, hot showers, electricity, and amazing, chef-prepared food. Convenience is key, and our camp is ready for it.
This year, the annual event will again take advantage of the many amenities of Withlacoochee River Park in Dade City, Florida. An RV Camping area is located just off the field, with full bath rooms. There is plenty of room to roam on a 1.
The Keene Amateur Astronomers Club is a group of people whose goal is the enhancement of Amateur Astronomy by education, fellowship, sharing knowledge and enjoyment of the hobby. The KAA Club provides outreach programs particularly with the Keene public library and holds monthly viewing sessions at our own observatory. Regular monthly club meetings are held at the Keene State college.
The LHAAC promotes the enjoyment of amateur astronomy through public star parties, education, and meetings. Then, if the weather is cooperative, we do some star and planet gazing. All are welcome. No prior knowledge of astronomy is required — just curiosity.
Explore our diverse programs and resources and see how they can help you better understand and share the wonder of astronomy as the gateway to science literacy. The ASP is partnered on a NASA project to create new astronomy badges for Girl Scouts, connect them with their local astronomy clubs, and train amateur astronomers to make their outreach more girl-friendly. Through an NSF grant, we have created a set of research-based, science-rich astronomy activities that are engaging and developmentally appropriate for pre-K aged children, and trained hundreds of educators at museums, parks, and libraries across the U.