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Astronomy Night 2019

Posted in Science & Technology
Sep 28, 2019

The campus observatory offers free public viewings of seasonal objects in the sky.

Come see the wonders of the universe through our telescopes at the Sleaford Observatory. Be sure to dress warmly!

Saturday, Sept. 28
7:30–11 pm
Sleaford Observatory and Research Facility, 40 minutes east of Saskatoon

Free and open to the public

A car convoy departs at 7 pm from the Fas Gas on Highway 5. .

This event is weather dependent, so check the observatory’s Facebook page for more information: www.facebook.com/usaskobservatory.

Directions from Saskatoon to the Sleaford Observatory


 

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