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Astronomers Without Borders

The World At Night: One People, One Sky
Educational presentation

Sponsored by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada – Vancouver Centre, and the University of British Columbia

8 pm - Dodson Room (IKBLC Rm. 302)in IKBLC, the UBC Learning Centre

As a part of the TWAN Photo Exhibit at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, UBC the Royal Astronomical Society is pleased to sponsor an informative presentation, by Craig Breckenridge: "The spirit of cooperation between international astronomers is demonstrated at several observatories around the world. An observatory tour and information about these collaborative endeavours will be presented in image form. Observatories discussed will include the Gemini Observatories, The Atacama Cosmology Telescope, both under operation, and the Thirty Metre Telescope Observatory currently being designed."

The TWAN Exhibit will be on display until January 27 at the Gallery at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre (IKBLC), UBC.

Library Hours
2010 January 8 – 27
Monday - Thursday: 8am - 10pm
Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 12noon - 8pm

Please check the website regularly for updates on presentations.

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  • Leigh C.

    As usual, Craig gives a very informative and entertaining talk on observatories from around the world. Being instrumental in the design and building of many of these observatories gives Craig the advantage of making his audience feel as if they are sitting around the coffee room at work picking up the inside track on how the job is done. It is a unique experience that you do not get from watching TV specails on the same subject. I am looking forward to the tour of Craig's new facility.

    January 25, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    It would have been niceto have a larger audience but the ones who attended were very good.

    January 24, 2010

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  • RASC-Vancouver

    Royal Astronomical Society of Canada - Vancouver Centre

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