Freeside Stargazers

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Dust off your telescope and come out for an astronomically fun Friday night. This is a casual amateur astronomy meetup started up by Rachel Peterson and Greg Cook.

We will meet every third Friday at 7:30pm at Freeside to view some of the latest cosmic images on the big screen and talk about current missions and events. Then we will head out to a predetermined location to set up our telescopes and see what’s going on out there. Feel free to bring a blanket, snacks and beverages. No worries if you don’t have a telescope and stuff… we can all share.

Anyone that has something to share on a cosmic-related subject, just let us know and we will give you the floor. And feel free to suggest videos, topics and stargazing locations.

If you are not a Freesider, you are very much welcome to join us. Kindly donate $5.00 towards a projector bulb and to keep Freeside going.

Also, check out Space Apps Challenge. Maybe we can talk about collaborating on one of these space apps at Freeside.

Upcoming Stargazer Events

When: Third Friday of every month @ 7:30pm
Where: Freeside
What to Bring: A telescope, your beverage of choice, snacks, $5 for projector bulb donations
What We're Doing: Next meeting on 8/16 we are going to explore the universe from the sculpture garden at the Metropolitan and talk about what we need to do to get a fun project going.

“We loved each other with a constant appreciation of our great good fortune to have found each other in the immensity of space and time.” – Ann Druyan (about Carl Sagan)

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