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Thank you to everyone who has registered.  We are now at capacity for this event and will be unable to register additional attendees.

If you are interested in the Clay Center, their Astronomy Day is next Saturday, May 14, 2011.  Also offered at the Center are weekly public evenings April through December, weather permitting.  Their next public evening is May 10, 2011; register here (http://www NULL.dexter-southfield NULL.org/podium/default NULL.aspx?t=119787&rc=0).

 

Friday, May 6, 2011

Arrive for cookies and juice between 7:15 and 7:30.

Program starts promptly with an astronomy show at 7:30, followed by a walk through the fiber-optic-lit Stars Court, then hands-on science and astronomy at the Observatory.

Weather permitting we will use the Clay Center’s research-grade main scope and multiple smaller scopes to view the moon, Saturn’s rings, and more. Around 8:45 astronomers will direct you to the roof deck for an exciting view of an “Iridium flare” and a pass over of the International Space Station.

Program ends at 9:00 pm and will be held rain or shine.

This free event is sponsored by the Runkle PTO, made possible by donations to the PTO Annual Fund.

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