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Upcoming Astronomy Events

As a service to our community, Sky & Telescope lists astronomy-related events, including star parties, observatory public nights, astronomy talks, and more. Star parties offer dark skies and astronomical fellowship and often cater to families and feature special activities for kids. Public nights give the general public a chance to view the sky through large telescopes, and public talks are a great place to learn the fundamentals of the science and the craft.
You’ll also see online events offered here.
And if you’d like free copies of Sky & Telescope‘s Let’s Go Stargazing flyer or door prizes for your next star party, you can fill out this form.

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Texas Star Party

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Pensacola Beach Star Gazes

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"A New Surprise in the Accelerating Universe" by Dr. Alex Filippenko

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HSU STEM Range Stargaze for May 6, 2022

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ALP Astronomy Experts Speaker Series 2022

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How My Students and I Do Science with AAVSO Data – and How You Can Too

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2022 Frank Drake Award Ceremonies

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Mid-Kent Astronomical Society: Nik Syzmanek

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2022 Total Lunar Eclipse Party at Lowell

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Big Lagoon State Park Deep Sky Gazes

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The Night of Shooting Stars with Joe Rao

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Free Online Talk: "Does Humanity Have What it Takes to Survive in this Universe?"

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ALP Astronomy Experts Speaker Series 2022

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Summer Camps At PARI

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2022 Cherry Springs Star Party

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MSP12 Star Party

Mid-States Region of the Astronomical League (MSRAL) Convention

Pensacola Beach Star Gazes

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"The Dark Side of Galaxies" by Dr. Josh Simon