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Upcoming Meetings and Events

Page at a glance Event summary for 2020

  • Until further notice, all our meetings will be held ONLINE ONLY.
  • All our meetings are free and open to the general public, so log on to our Zoom sessions and enjoy.
    When you're ready to take the plunge, become a member.
  • See also the Queen's University Astronomy Research Group Seminar Schedule
Wednesday, November 11, 2020 - 19:00 to 21:00
RASCKC 2020 AGM
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The Sky in February

Sky Events Feb 2019 

Fall'N'Stars 2019

Friday September 27 to Sunday September 29, 2019 Vanderwater Conservation Area Boy Scout Camping Area Thomasburg, Ontario

Science Fair 2019

The RASC-KC sponsors the Frontenac Lennox and Addington Science Fair with a special award for projects related to Astronomy. We are circulating this poster in the hopes of garnering interest among students to do a project in this field.

Attention Young Astronomers!

Are you thinking of entering the FLASF 2019 Science Fair? (March 28-29th)

The Kingston Astronomy Club is offering the Leo Enright Award for the best project in Astronomy and related sciences. The awardee will receive $100 and the book “A Beginners Observing Guide”

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Still looking for Land

Just a reminder that we (RASC-Kingston Centre) are *still* looking for land within an hour of Kingston.  Our intent is to use it as a members observing site, and to build observatory homes for our telescopes.
We routinely monitor realtor.ca and kijiji.ca for land sales but perhaps you know of someone who may not be advertising on these sites, that may wish to sell property.

Ruth Hicks - Past President RASCKC

Ruth Hicks was a longstanding life member of the RASC Kingston Centre.
She served as President in 1986 and 1987 and Secretary in 1994 and 1995.
 
 

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