• 2019-05-04 15:00 to 23:00
    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    Millican Reserve Millican , TX
    United States
    Texas US

  • 2019-05-11 (All day)
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    Suit up and join Team TCM Aerospace!

    The Children’s Museum in West Hartford, CT celebrates Astronomy Day 2019 on Saturday, May 11 by inviting you to TCM Aerospace Research and Development Labs. Families and children become team members, and will learn about Earth and space concepts, through fun, hands-on NASA-related Explore Science activity stations. Children and their families are Mission Engineers, and need to review a series of space-based experiments in order to help decide what should go into the payload of a special rocket launch. Once all the tasks are completed, get ready to launch a rocket, all on your own. Space themed activities, special guests, and a lot of fun awaits you!

    Talk about your (inter) stellar guests!

    Our friends from the Connecticut R2D2 Builders! Of course R2D2 will be here,from 12-2, for some lively discussions, pictures, and maybe to stowaway when you take the Kessel Run.The Saber Guild - Kessel Temple will be on hand, starting at Noon for all visiting Jedis and Padawans. Come and see some amazing displays courtesy of the Guild members!

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    The Children's Museum
    950 Trout Brook Drive
    06119 West Hartford , CT
    United States
    Connecticut US

  • 2019-05-11 (All day)

    Astronomy and space-oriented organizations from throughout the San Francisco Bay Area will gather at the California Academy of Sciences from 10am-4pm to share their love of stargazing. Museum visitors will discover a wide range of family-friendly activities geared toward exploring the wonders of the night sky, from discovering local observatories or learning how to grind a telescope mirror, finding out where to see real space program artifacts, looking at meteorites, or trying out new, high-tech ways to explore the heavens. Students from local colleges and universities will be happy to discuss their educational programs. Weather-permitting, volunteers will guide safe solar and lunar observing from the deck of the Academy's Living Roof.

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    California Academy of Sciences
    55 Music Concourse Drive
    94118 San Francisco , CA
    United States
    California US

  • 2019-05-11 10:00 to 17:00

    Planetarium shows throughout the day

    Observing through the 14-inch telescope in the observatory on the grounds of miSci with safe solar filters

    Lunar Engagement Day Station Activities:
    1. Build the Orion Spacecraft and Lunar Lander
    2. Moon Phases
    3. Lunar Geology
    4. Lava Tube Exploration
    5. Lunar Rover
    6. Paper Rockets

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    miSci - Museum of Innovation and Science
    15 Nott Terrace Heights, Schenectady, NY 12308
    12308 Schenectady , NY
    United States
    New York US

  • 2019-05-11 11:00 to 16:00

    Explore the cosmos on Saturday, May 11, and celebrate National Astronomy Day with the North Museum of Nature and Science. From 11 am to 4 pm, participate in family-friendly space-themed activities and daytime observing of the sun and the moon. Discover the wonders of the universe with our numerous presentations by members of local astronomy clubs and/or with a planetarium show in South Central Pennsylvania’s largest planetarium, the SciDome Theater. Take advantage of the opportunity to interact with Lancaster’s own NASA Solar System Ambassador Axel Diaz, and amateur astronomers from local astronomy clubs; the Astronomy Enthusiasts of Lancaster County and the York County Astronomical Society. In the evening, three nearby parks will be offering the opportunity to observe the sky through telescopes. Specifically, stargazing (weather permitting) will take place at the Joseph R. Grundy Observatory at Franklin & Marshall College campus, Clayton Road from 8:30-10:30pm; John Rudy County Park Observatory, 400 Mundis Race Road, York, PA with the York County Astronomical Society from 8:00-10:00pm; and at Muddy Run Observatory, 172 Bethesda Church Rd. West, Holtwood, PA , with the Rittenhouse Astronomical Society from 7:00-10:30pm.

    For more information please visit https://northmuseum.org/astronomy-day-2019/

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    North Museum of Nature and Science
    400 College Avenue
    17603 Lancaster , PA
    United States
    Pennsylvania US

  • 2019-05-11 15:00 to 23:00

    The Northern Virginia Astronomy Club (NOVAC) will be celebrating Astronomy Day on May 11 from 3-11 pm at C.M. Crockett Park in Midland, VA. The event will include activities suitable for all ages. Join us and share the excitement of observing our universe through the many telescopes and specialized equipment operated by club members. Enjoy lectures by noted professionals in the field, including talks on the Parker Probe mission to the Sun, an update on New Horizons' Ultima Thule flyby, and a special presentation entitled "Moon dust" in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. Event is free; $7 parking for non-Fauquier County residents. Visit NOVAC.com/astroday for full details!

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event: Astronomy Day

    C.M. Crockett Park
    10066 Rogues Rd
    22728 Midland , VA
    United States
    Virginia US

  • 2019-05-11 16:00 to 22:00

    Join us for an afternoon and evening of education, projects, and star gazing. All ages are welcome.

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    Mesa County Central Library
    Central Library 443 N. 6th Street
    81501 Grand Junction , CO
    United States
    Colorado US

  • 2019-05-11 17:30 to 21:30

    Celebrate Astronomy Day with the Northwest Suburban Astronomers and Harper College

    Attend Astronomy lectures by Harper faculty and NSA members
    See many telescopes on display and talk with the owner's
    Meet with NSA club members to discuss topics in astronomy and their displays and photographs
    Observe the sun and night-time objects through telescopes, weather permitting
    Activities for all ages
    a no-cost activity !

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    Harper College
    Algonquin Road Building Z
    Palatine , IL
    United States
    Illinois US

  • 2019-05-11 18:00

    Come and join the RRAS as we celebrate National Astronomy Day at the Rainbow Park Observatory. Activities start at 6:00 PM with solar observing and other activities. Hamburgers, hotdogs, and drinks will be served for a donation. Also, various items will be up for bid at a silent auction. At 8:00 PM, special guest speaker, Dr. Larry Crumpler, will give a talk about Mars.

    For more information, visit www.rrastro.org

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    Rainbow Park Observatory
    301 Southern Blvd SE
    87124 Rio Rancho , NM
    United States
    New Mexico US

  • 2019-05-11 19:30 to 22:30

    Join us for a family-friendly evening of star-gazing and exploring the Universe, right from Trotwood Park in Winter Springs.
    Telescopes will be on hand for public viewing of the Wonders of the Night Sky ! Stop by and see other worlds, stars, and even other galaxies, up close with your own eyes. Telescope owners are encouraged to attend as well, and share your passion for astronomy with our neighbors and your fellow enthusiasts.
    ** IF YOU HAVE A NEW TELESCOPE AND NEED ASSISTANCE IN SETTING IT UP, OR WISH TO LEARN,
    Please plan to be on site at 7:15 PM (we'll need daylight for this). **
    Sunset is at 8:05 p.m., Civil Twilight ends at 8:30 p.m..
    Event link.
    https://www.meetup.com/Winter-Springs-Astronomy-Club/events/260801148/
    THIS ACTIVITY IS WEATHER PERMITTING.

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    Trotwood Park
    1301 Casa Park Circle
    Winter Springs , FL
    United States
    Florida US

  • 2019-05-11 21:00 to 23:00

    Presented By: Amazing Earthfest and Zion Monument Ranch

    Contacts: Rich Csenge Email: rich@amazingearthfest.org Ph: 435-644-3735 Jessica Lindquist Email: jlindquist@ingrouphospitality.com Ph: 866-648-2555

    Night Sky Viewing Event!

    COMMEMORATE NATIONAL ASTRONOMY DAY!

    Date: Saturday, May 11, 2019

    Time: 9:00 PM – 11:00 PM

    Location: Zion Mountain Ranch, UT Hwy 9, Mt Carmel, UT

    Directions: Travel north from Kanab on US 89 to Mt. Carmel Junction and turn left onto UT Hwy 9. Drive 9 miles to Zion Mountain Ranch and Cordwood Restaurant on the left side of the road. Astronomical telescopes will be set up for viewing just outside the main lodge.

    Description: Experience delicious “farm to fork” dining at the rustic Cordwood Restaurant at Zion Mountain Ranch, then celebrate the next 2019 National Astronomy Day of the Astronomical League, May 11, as a first quarter Moon sets in the deep, dark sky over southern Utah. https://www.astroleague.org/

    Zion Mountain Ranch preserves Utah’s night sky with low intensity, shielded outdoor lighting, making it an excellent location to observe the wondrous night sky! Kanab’s Stellar Vista Observatory and Amazing Earthfest will provide astronomical telescopes, operated by enthusiastic volunteers for your enjoyment. Kaibab Band of Southern Paiute Environmental Director Daniel Bullets will present tribal perspectives on the beauty and meaning of the night sky to the Paiute people.

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    Zion Mountain Ranch
    UT Hwy 9
    84755 Mt Carmel , UT
    United States
    Utah US

  • 2019-05-12 15:00 to 22:00

    Sedona Astronomy Day --- May 12th, 2019
    Open to Public & FREE Event. ALL are Welcome!
    Held in Sedona Bashas Shopping Center.
    Solar Viewing from 3pm to 5pm
    Stargazing from 7pm to 10pm..

    Astronomy club affiliate hosting event:

    Sedona Bashas Shopping Center
    Hwy 89a / Coffeepot road.
    86336 Sedona , AZ
    United States
    Arizona US