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What's Up, Tonight's Skies with Bobby Farlice-Rubio

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Online Public

Type: Visual Observing

Held on: May 12, 2020 (Tue) at 11:30 AM to May 12, 2020 (Tue) at 12:30 PM

Online Location: YouTube

Speaker: Bobby Farlice-Rubio

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Event Coordinator: John McLaren

Overview

Want help stepping into the back yard and pondering the cosmos while you're at home? Join a world-class astronomy presenter each week on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30 AM Seattle time. We'll be using the FREE open-source software Stellarium (https://stellarium.org/) to teach you about the night sky. This class is open to the public, adults and students alike. Watch on our YouTube channel 

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