• Starry Nights (In-Person) at Simon Fraser University

    SFU Trottier Observatory

    SFU is pleased to host the Starry Nights public star night every Friday, but subject to cancellation due to weather no later than each Friday mid day.

    Safety reminders and House Rules for those entering the Observatory:

    Masks are recommended. Disinfecting and distancing protocols will be in effect throughout the event.

    More information can be found here: https://www.sfu.ca/science/community/trottier-observatory---courtyard/starry-nights.html

    RASC thanks SFU and Dr. Joanna Woo for hosting this in-person event.

    Your appreciation for the RASC and other volunteers that are not paid to share their knowledge, give their time, organize, setup and share the view through the club's or their own telescope equipment at the event is welcome.

  • Starry Nights (In-Person) at Simon Fraser University

    SFU Trottier Observatory

    SFU is pleased to host the Starry Nights public star night every Friday, but subject to cancellation due to weather no later than each Friday mid day.

    Safety reminders and House Rules for those entering the Observatory:

    Masks are recommended. Disinfecting and distancing protocols will be in effect throughout the event.

    More information can be found here: https://www.sfu.ca/science/community/trottier-observatory---courtyard/starry-nights.html

    RASC thanks SFU and Dr. Joanna Woo for hosting this in-person event.

    Your appreciation for the RASC and other volunteers that are not paid to share their knowledge, give their time, organize, setup and share the view through the club's or their own telescope equipment at the event is welcome.

  • RASC Vancouver Monthly Meeting (online Zoom only)

    Online event

    Join us for our monthly meeting. All of our monthly meetings are free and open to the public.

    Location: Zoom only

    Topic: To be announced

    Speaker:

    Bio:

    Presentation Abstract:

    About our Events:

    All RASC lectures and observing events are open to the public, family friendly, and there is no charge for admission. Our organization is run entirely by volunteers who love astronomy and astrophysics. Whether you're a complete beginner, a seasoned astronomer, or you hope to work for NASA some day, anyone fascinated by space exploration is welcome and will enjoy our events

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  • Starry Nights (In-Person) at Simon Fraser University

    SFU Trottier Observatory

    SFU is pleased to host the Starry Nights public star night every Friday, but subject to cancellation due to weather no later than each Friday mid day.

    Safety reminders and House Rules for those entering the Observatory:

    Masks are recommended. Disinfecting and distancing protocols will be in effect throughout the event.

    More information can be found here: https://www.sfu.ca/science/community/trottier-observatory---courtyard/starry-nights.html

    RASC thanks SFU and Dr. Joanna Woo for hosting this in-person event.

    Your appreciation for the RASC and other volunteers that are not paid to share their knowledge, give their time, organize, setup and share the view through the club's or their own telescope equipment at the event is welcome.

  • Starry Nights (In-Person) at Simon Fraser University

    SFU Trottier Observatory

    SFU is pleased to host the Starry Nights public star night every Friday, but subject to cancellation due to weather no later than each Friday mid day.

    Safety reminders and House Rules for those entering the Observatory:

    Masks are recommended. Disinfecting and distancing protocols will be in effect throughout the event.

    More information can be found here: https://www.sfu.ca/science/community/trottier-observatory---courtyard/starry-nights.html

    RASC thanks SFU and Dr. Joanna Woo for hosting this in-person event.

    Your appreciation for the RASC and other volunteers that are not paid to share their knowledge, give their time, organize, setup and share the view through the club's or their own telescope equipment at the event is welcome.

  • Starry Nights (In-Person) at Simon Fraser University

    SFU Trottier Observatory

    SFU is pleased to host the Starry Nights public star night every Friday, but subject to cancellation due to weather no later than each Friday mid day.

    Safety reminders and House Rules for those entering the Observatory:

    Masks are recommended. Disinfecting and distancing protocols will be in effect throughout the event.

    More information can be found here: https://www.sfu.ca/science/community/trottier-observatory---courtyard/starry-nights.html

    RASC thanks SFU and Dr. Joanna Woo for hosting this in-person event.

    Your appreciation for the RASC and other volunteers that are not paid to share their knowledge, give their time, organize, setup and share the view through the club's or their own telescope equipment at the event is welcome.

  • Starry Nights (In-Person) at Simon Fraser University

    SFU Trottier Observatory

    SFU is pleased to host the Starry Nights public star night every Friday, but subject to cancellation due to weather no later than each Friday mid day.

    Safety reminders and House Rules for those entering the Observatory:

    Masks are recommended. Disinfecting and distancing protocols will be in effect throughout the event.

    More information can be found here: https://www.sfu.ca/science/community/trottier-observatory---courtyard/starry-nights.html

    RASC thanks SFU and Dr. Joanna Woo for hosting this in-person event.

    Your appreciation for the RASC and other volunteers that are not paid to share their knowledge, give their time, organize, setup and share the view through the club's or their own telescope equipment at the event is welcome.

  • RASC Vancouver Monthly Meeting (In person at SFU on-line zoom optional)

    Simon Fraser University

    Join us for our monthly meeting. All of our monthly meetings are free and open to the public.

    Location: Simon Fraser University Burnaby Room AQ3159

    Topic:

    Speaker:

    Bio:

    Abstract:

    About our Events:

    All RASC lectures and observing events are open to the public, family friendly, and there is no charge for admission. Our organization is run entirely by volunteers who love astronomy and astrophysics. Whether you're a complete beginner, a seasoned astronomer, or you hope to work for NASA some day, anyone fascinated by space exploration is welcome and will enjoy our events

  • Starry Nights (In-Person) at Simon Fraser University

    SFU Trottier Observatory

    SFU is pleased to host the Starry Nights public star night every Friday, but subject to cancellation due to weather no later than each Friday mid day.

    Safety reminders and House Rules for those entering the Observatory:

    Masks are recommended. Disinfecting and distancing protocols will be in effect throughout the event.

    More information can be found here: https://www.sfu.ca/science/community/trottier-observatory---courtyard/starry-nights.html

    RASC thanks SFU and Dr. Joanna Woo for hosting this in-person event.

    Your appreciation for the RASC and other volunteers that are not paid to share their knowledge, give their time, organize, setup and share the view through the club's or their own telescope equipment at the event is welcome.

  • Starry Nights (In-Person) at Simon Fraser University

    SFU Trottier Observatory

    SFU is pleased to host the Starry Nights public star night every Friday, but subject to cancellation due to weather no later than each Friday mid day.

    Safety reminders and House Rules for those entering the Observatory:

    Masks are recommended. Disinfecting and distancing protocols will be in effect throughout the event.

    More information can be found here: https://www.sfu.ca/science/community/trottier-observatory---courtyard/starry-nights.html

    RASC thanks SFU and Dr. Joanna Woo for hosting this in-person event.

    Your appreciation for the RASC and other volunteers that are not paid to share their knowledge, give their time, organize, setup and share the view through the club's or their own telescope equipment at the event is welcome.