Outreach Events

Paramount School Park Public Star Party

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Open to Public

Type: Outreach

Keywords: Paramount School Park Public Star Party

Held on: Nov 17, 2018 (Sat) at 06:00 PM to Nov 17, 2018 (Sat) at 10:00 PM

Location: Paramount School Park, Seattle, Washington, U.S.

Event Coordinator: Mike Langley

Please join us for an evening of learning about the universe by observing interesting astronomical objects, including the moon, constellations, planets, and stars.  Telescopes and/or binoculars will be provided by SAS volunteers, but participants are also welcome to bring their telescopes.  Also, participants might want to bring their favorite cell phone sky app or a sky map from www.skymaps.com , but these helps are not required.  Dress warmly and plan for an enjoyable evening.

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  • AUG
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