Outreach~Spring 2017

Spring is Galaxy Season for astronomers, and is also a great time to share the sky with others while dusk is still early enough for many to enjoy. The Saint John Astronomy Club and RASC.NB share the sky with young and old alike at Outreach Events.

Setting up for an Outreach event by the Saint John Astronomy Club and RASC.NB

Outreach Spring 2017 event by the Saint John Astronomy Club and RASC.NB


Outreach Spring 2017 Event by the Saint John Astronomy Club and RASC.NB

The Moon as captured by a phone adapter at an Outreach Event by the Saint John Astronomy Club and RASC.NB
The Moon, as captured by a phone adapter on a telescope, courtesy Chris Curwin, Astronomy by the Bay. Chris can usually make this available to anyone who walks up to his telescope.

Nighttime arrives at an Outreach Event by the Saint John Astronomy Club

Spring 2017 Outreach Event

SJAC Spring 2017 Outreach Event

Saint John Astronomy Club Spring 2017 Outreach Event

Spring 2017 Outreach Event by the Saint John Astronomy Club

Indoor Outreach Event by RASC.NB

Indoor Outreach Event by the SJAC

Making craters on the Moon from secret recipe.

A photo of an SJAC Solar observing outreach event at Queen Square Farmers Market in Saint John
Above: a Solar outreach event June 11 at the Queen Square Farmers Market in Saint John.


 

From January 1 to March 20, 2017, RASC.NB hosted 73 Outreach Events, reaching 2583 people and including 439 volunteer hours. Spring 2017 promises to be a busy season for sharing as well.


See also~

Outreach Events
Outreach~ Summer 2017
Outreach~ Winter 2016-17
Outreach~ 2016

Partial Solar Eclipse in Saint John
National Star Party at Irving Nature Park
Astronomy Day in Rockwood Park
Moonlight Snowshoe Walk


Regarding Photography & Outreach:

We do not publish any photos of a Private Outreach Event without your consent or permission.

Logo of the RASC New Brunswick Centre
The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada~New Brunswick Centre (RASC.NB) is involved in Outreach Events all across the Province. For more information you can email Curt Nason or Facebook Astronomy by the Bay.

Bringing Astronomy to Southern New Brunswick, Canada