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UCA Observatory Night

Join our own Dr. Scott Austin, Associate Professor of Astronomy and Physics, and Director of Astronomical Facilities at UCA, for a look at the heavens (the REAL heavens)!

Between 8:00pm and 10:00pm, if the sky is mostly clear, the UCA Observatory will be open to the public for views of planets, stars, star clusters, and nebulae through the 14-inch aperture telescope. Stairs to the observatory are located in the front lobby of Lewis Science Center.

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UCA Observatory Homepage

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm sorry, but I need to work late and I might not be able to get there on time!

    March 19, 2014

    • Lei

      It is OK if you arrive after 8. We move the telescope a number of times through the night so you'll be able to see something cool whenever you arrive 8-10.

      March 19, 2014

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