The focus of the Skywatchers SIG is understanding our universe through space science and astronomy. If you’re interested in understanding the universe around you then this is the SIG for you. We meet the Second Tuesday of the Month September through May at the Lake House.
Our 1st regular meeting after our summer break was on 9 October. Our subject was “Why is the Sky Dark at Night?” There were 45 attendees on a rainy night in South Carolina. November’s meeting subject will be: “Impacts From The Sky – A Status Report.”
The doors open at 6:30 PM on 13 November 2018. Meeting starts promptly at 7:00 PM.
Some meetings occur outside of our normal schedule during special astronomical events such as Solar and Lunar eclipses and major meteor showers. In addition to these special meetings, the group also participates in under the stars’ educational efforts such as learning about the sky and how to use observational tools such as binoculars and telescopes. Come join us the Second Tuesday of every month. Our Doors Open at 6:30 pm with the Program beginning at 7:00 PM in the Lakehouse, September thru May.
Members may, upon request, be provided special assistance in learning how to use their equipment or guidance in the type of equipment to acquire.
Presenters are always welcome, so if you have material about astronomy or space science that you would like to present to this interested group or would like to join this group please contact the host at email@example.com.
This SIG DOES NOT concern itself with astrology, only astronomy and the related subjects of space science.
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