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The Clear Sky Chart for Kingston, Ontario:

Clear Outside Alternative Forecast

Upcoming Meetings and Events

All our meetings are free and open to the general public, so come on out and enjoy.
When you're ready to take the plunge, become a member.
See also the Queen's University Astronomy Research Group Seminar Schedule

Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 19:00 to 21:00
RASC-KC Regular Meeting
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Thursday, November 9, 2017 - 19:00 to 21:00
RASC-KC Annual General Meeting
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Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - 18:30
RASC-KC December Banquet
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L&A Dark Sky Viewing Area Dark Sky Storytime

**Note** This is not a RASC-KC event, but rather an Astronomy event we'd like you to know about.
Dark Sky Storytime
September 23rd, 7pm
L&A County Dark Sky Viewing Area
7980 County Road 41, Erinsville
 

L&A Dark Sky VIewing Area

**Note** This is not a RASC-KC event, but rather an Astronomy event we'd like you to know about.
 
Early Autumn Sky Stargazing Evenings
September 22nd & 23rd, 9pm (weather permitting)
L&A County Dark Sky Viewing Area
7980 County Road 41, Erinsville

Total Solar Eclipse 2017 August 21

Two of the RASC-Kingston Center members, Kim Hay & Kevin Kell, travelled to their staging area of Devils Tower Wyoming, and then drove 3 hours into the Zone of Totality on the morning of Monday 2017 August 21st, south of Jay Em Wyoming.
 
This is a link to the raw video with a timestamp onscreen, lasting approx 2 hours 19 minutes 29 seconds (less than the total event time due to equipment failure)

Looking for Solar Eclipse viewers?

The RASC Solar Viewer can be ordered here:
https://secure.rasc.ca/Portal/Shop/RASC/Store/StoreMain.aspx?Category=CURRPUB
 
Solar Viewer New Product!
On Monday August 21, 2017 a total eclipse of the Sun will be visible.
Observe the Eclipse easily and safely with this Eclipse Viewer.
Meets the requirement for ISO 12312-2.
Prices are as follows: $5
for multiples: 2-10 pieces $4 each, 11-25 $3 each, 26+ $2 each (+shipping/handling)

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