RASC National Society: Explore the Universe - Double Stars (ONLINE)

Explore the Universe
Thursday, September 3, 2020 - 3:30pm to 4:30pm

Join us online as we Explore the Universe together!

Did you know The RASC has observing certificate programs? If you see specific astronomical objects, you can receive a certificate and pin for your accomplishments!

Astronomy author and RASC Halifax member John Read, and RASC Outreach Coordinator Jenna Hinds will be hosting bi-weekly sessions to guide you through the Explore the Universe Observing Program. We'll explain how to find targets, give you tips on observing, and may even have some extra tricks up our sleeves depending on social distancing regulations.

Check here to find resources to help you complete the program, links to helpful videos, and anything else you might need! You do not need to be a RASC member to participate!

When?
3:30 - 4:30pm EDT
Every other Thursday, starting June 25th
 
What do I need?
Just a pair of binoculars and a notebook! Ones with 7x or more magnification are best, but you can see most objects in any binoculars.

Where?
Register here to join the Zoom webinars live, ask questions and chat with other observers

Not available at 3:30 on Thursdays? Sessions will also be livestreamed to our YouTube channel. Subscribe to watch the videos whenever you'd like!

September 3rd - Double Stars

Mars and the Moon are getting close this week! Once you spot those in the next couple days, we'll be on the hunt for a little bit of everything, and a lot of double stars. We're going to focus on the particular challenge that double stars can present and give you tips for figuring out what you're looking at when you look for them!

Who can attend: Everyone
Fee: Free
Registration: Zoom
Organized by: The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
Link: https://www.youtube.com/rascanada

https://rasc.ca/etuonline