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June 2021

Online GIS Certification Program

June 1 - August 1
Spatial Science Institute, 3616 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0374 United States
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The USC Spatial Sciences Institute partners with researchers, businesses, nonprofits, NGOs and other entities to analyze, model and visualize location-based data. As a leading GIS research and academic institution, USC has the unique ability to attract talented researchers and educators from a wide range of disciplines and promote collaboration across countless areas of expertise and industry domains.

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International Astronomy & Space Science Olympiad ( IASSO) 2021-22

June 1, 2021 @ 8:00 am - March 1, 2022 @ 5:00 pm IST

International Astronomy & Space Science Olympiad (IASSO 2021-22) is planned by the emerging educational organisation Astronomy World: Education & Research Organization. Astronomy & Space Science Olympiad is all About the natural science discipline that studies space and celestial bodies such as stars, planets, meteors and galaxies. It also refers to the study of the matter and energy of the universe. We entirely devoted to the promotion of Astronomical and Scientific skills among school going children. It is based on a…

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Clark 125th Anniversary | Beta Scorpii

June 17 @ 9:30 pm MST
Lowell Observatory YouTube Channel, 1400 W Mars Hill Rd
Flagstaff, 86001 United States
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Free

Join us for a Livestream celebration of the 125th anniversary of the historic Clark Refractor! The program runs from 9:30-10:15 pm PDT and includes: Lowell Historian Kevin Schindler will discuss ways the Clark dome has been rotated through the years, including on pontoons in a trough of saltwater! Lowell educators at the Clark Refractor will share live views of the star Beta Scorpii, the object that Dr. VM Slipher studied more than a century ago in proving the existence of…

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Public Stargazes at the Pensacola Beach Pavilion

June 18 - June 19
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Weekends of First Quarter Moon
Pensacola Beach Pavilion, 20 Casino Beach Blvd
Pensacola Beach, FL 32563 United States
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Free

On the weekends of the first quarter moon, members of the Escambia Amateur Astronomers set up telescopes at the Pensacola Beach Pavilion (just south of the famed Beach Ball Water Tower) to view the Sun in afternoon, then Moon and planets in evening sky. We set up a variety of telescopes in all sizes and price ranges to show the public how to get started in amateur astronomy, and encourage guests to not only look through our scopes, but also…

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Gardner Camp Star Party – Summer Constellations & Big Dipper Guide

June 18 @ 8:15 pm - 10:15 pm CDT
Gardner Camp, 26558 160th Street
Hull, IL 62343
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Our Basic Star Party is perfect for introducing the night sky to youth and adults. Gardner Camp has the best viewing sky in the entire region. We kick off the party inside our amazing StarLab planetarium where groups can fly to Mars and the Moon as well as view videos and animations of night sky marvels! After our planetarium experience, we lay under the stars and listen to the telling of constellation stories! This session focuses on the constellations of…

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Virtual VLA Tour: Juneteenth Special Edition

June 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm MDT
Free

Each summer, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) welcomes new students to our National Astronomy Consortium (NAC), an innovative program that provides research opportunities and long-term mentoring support to underrepresented students in the STEM fields. In honor of Juneteenth, we hope you’ll join us for this special Very Large Array (VLA) virtual tour led and presented by some of our NAC alum, where they will talk about the great work done by the VLA and how they’re utilizing it for…

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July 2021

Public Stargazes at the Pensacola Beach Pavilion

July 16 - July 17
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekends of First Quarter Moon
Pensacola Beach Pavilion, 20 Casino Beach Blvd
Pensacola Beach, FL 32563 United States
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Free

On the weekends of the first quarter moon, members of the Escambia Amateur Astronomers set up telescopes at the Pensacola Beach Pavilion (just south of the famed Beach Ball Water Tower) to view the Sun in afternoon, then Moon and planets in evening sky. We set up a variety of telescopes in all sizes and price ranges to show the public how to get started in amateur astronomy, and encourage guests to not only look through our scopes, but also…

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Gardner Camp Star Party – New Moon, It’s a Small World

July 16 @ 8:15 pm - 10:15 pm CDT
Gardner Camp, 26558 160th Street
Hull, IL 62343
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Our Basic Star Party is perfect for introducing the night sky to youth and adults. Gardner Camp has the best viewing sky in the entire region. We kick off the party inside our amazing StarLab planetarium where groups can fly to Mars and the Moon as well as view videos and animations of night sky marvels! After our planetarium experience, we lay under the stars and listen to the telling of constellation stories! This session focuses on the New Moon.…

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August 2021

2021 Maine Astronomy Retreat - Medomak Retreat Center, Washington, Maine

August 8 - August 14

The Maine Astronomy Retreat is a star party like no other! - No need to bring a tent, sleeping bag, or eat so-so food. Medomak has comfortable, private cabins with real beds, hot showers, electricity, and amazing, chef-prepared food. Limited to 40 observers and it’s all included in your tuition. - Power ready observing field only a few steps away from your cabin. Convenience is key, and our camp is ready for it. You’ll enjoy convenient stargazing at any time…

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