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Astronomy Baseball: One Hit, One Strike

HIT — BROWER STAR PARTY

Last night’s star party at Brower Observatory was a raging success! Thank you to the many, many who attended. We lost count after several dozen attendees, but may have had as many as thirty, including a number of students and children, who are always especially welcome. CMAS encourages the next . . . → Read More: Astronomy Baseball: One Hit, One Strike

Confirming ISS Solar Transit

We are on for this morning’s solar transit of the International Space Station, despite the clouds. We are betting that, the clouds will filter too much light to allow seeing surface details on the Sun, but not enough light to block a clear view of the space station’s silhouette.

INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION SOLAR TRANSIT

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Star Party at Brower Observatory

Saturday, May 5, 2018, 8:30pm Star Party — Brower Observatory 341 Route 126, Whitefield, ME 04353

Rain Date: Saturday, May 12, 2018

Time for a star party! The full moon shone only earlier this week, but Saturday’s bright moon will not rise until 1:00am, and the weather forecasts are promising.

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