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Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
Explorers of Mauna Kea
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Explorers of Mauna Kea

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  • 1.  
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  • 3. Sky Over Macon Tour the current night sky guided by a live stargazer Friday nights at 8 pm
  • 4. Weekly Observing See the real night sky through our telescopes at the Museum Observatory on clear Friday evenings from sunset to 10 pm. Admission free (donations accepted).
  • 5. NGC 2392 (‘’Eskimo’’ Nebula) Hubble Picks
  • 6. Interested in Volunteering? Do you have THE RIGHT STUFF? Our planetarium has out-of-this-world opportunities for volunteers! Ask us for more information.
  • 7. Memberships Available Become a Member! Ask how at the Front Desk!
  • 8. A Children’s Show Saturdays at Noon Mark Smith Planetarium
  • 9. Friday Nights Friday night begins here! WEEKLY TELESCOPE VIEWING Fridays • sunset-10 pm Museum Observatory SKY OVER MACON Fridays • 8 pm Mark Smith Planetarium
  • 10. M16, the “Eagle Nebula” Hubble Picks
  • 11. The Mars Phoenix Lander touched down on the Red Planet on May 25, 2008. It will study the Martian soil, searching for water, and analyzing the possibility of microbial life. Exploring Space
  • 12. Website www.masmacon.com Visit our website!
  • 13. M104, the “Sombrero Galaxy” Hubble Picks
  • 14. MGAS MIDDLE GEORGIA ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY meets the 2nd Saturday of every month at 10 am Mark Smith Planetarium www.mgas.org
  • 15. Please Remember… Please Remember...

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