Space Out! Astronomy Weekend
Join the staff of Carnegie Science Center's Buhl Planetarium
and Observatory March 26-27 for Space Out! Astronomy
Weekend. Learn about Mayan astronomy, get an up-close
look at meteorites and Moon rocks, check out the latest and
greatest telescopes, and hear the latest astronomical news
from University of Pittsburgh astronomers and a scientist from
the team mapping the Solar System with the IBEX space probe.
Presented in partnership with theAAAP, Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh, and made possible in part by Celestron, 99.7 FM, Fantastic Sam's, and Astronomy Magazine.
-March 26&27 Space Out! Astronomy Weekend
Time to save the dates of Sat.-Sun. March 26-27 for Carnegie Science Center's annual Space Out! Astronomy Weekend.
The regulars know the program. Newbies are encouraged to attend.
Talk about astronomy and AAAP. Demonstrate your telescope/binoculars to guests.>/p>
Get to know other AAAP members.
Enjoy the CSC Astronomy Weekend Program.
Carnegie Science Center,
One Allegheny Avenue,
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Information for Visitors:
March 27- 28, 2010,Carnegie Science Center, Astronomy Weekend, visit members of the
AAAP, Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh,
(Amateur Astronomers Association, WQED OnQ Video)
at various interactive astronomy displays, including:
1. AAAP's 2010 Star Party Schedule.
2. Astronomy and Telescopes
3. Dark Sky Awareness and Environmentally Friendly Lighting
4. Upcoming astronomy related events in the Greater Pittsburgh Area.
Images of Previous Astronomy Weekend Events
Carnegie Science Center 2010 Astronomical Calendar
Saturday talks in 2010*Last Year*included:
12 pm - Miguel Sague & Antonio Taino Mayan Astronomy
1 pm - Dr. David McComas IBEX: Search for the Edge of the Solar System
2 pm - Dr. Andrew Zentner How the Sun Produces Energy
3 pm - Carrie Kennedy Celestial Mythology
Please check the Caarnegie Science Center, for the latest updates.
Carnegie Science Center
Carnegie Science Center
Amateur Astronmers Association of Pittsburgh (AAAP), meets at the Main Science Stage of Carnegie Science Center, 7:30 PM, second Friday of month*, September - May, except for December.*Meetings may be rescheduled to facilitate special speakers and programs. Please check the club calendar for updates. AAAP operates two observatories. Check our website www.3ap.org, for locations and star party dates.
One Allegheny Avenue
check weather forecast
check clear sky chart
http://www.3ap.org/ - Amateur Astronmers Association of Pittsburgh Website
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Declination -9 degrees 10 minutes July 5, 2010. Changes 12 degrees per year.