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MAS Meeting-Public invited!
Friday 5/16/2014, 8:00 PM, at the MAS Observatory

First Public Open House: April 25, 7:30PM
Program: The Giant Planet - : Jupiter

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Public Viewing Nights


Open House Nights for 2014

April 25, 7:30PM
The Giant Planet: Jupiter

May 23, 7:30PM
The Red Planet: Mars

June 20, 6:00PM
The Sun

August 22, 7:30PM
The Wonders of Nebulae

September 12, 7:30PM
Ice Giants: Uranus and Neptune

October 3, 7:30PM
The Moon



Venus is in the morning sky.

Mars is now at opposition. How to spot it in the sky.

Jupiter is bright in the early evening sky.

See more sky updates:
S&T: This Weeks Sky At A Glance
Astronomy Mag: The Sky This Week

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New in the Showcase! The most recent images taken by MAS members Tom Schmidtkunz and Dennis Roscoe.
 

Did you miss the recent Lunar Eclipse? You may be in luck assuming good weather. There is going to be another one in the early morning hours of October 8th of this year.  Mark your calendar and don't forget to come back to our website for more information.
   

See previous articles from the MAS front page in the Article Archive.

 

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