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M104 Sombrero Galaxy
29
Aug

Monday Twilight Stargazing Sessions

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Join us for an evening of stargazing with Professor Augensen who will lead a riveting discussion and presentation of the universe like you've never seen before at the Widener Observatory! Registration is required!

Sun with prominences
09
Sep

Friday Evening Stargazing Session

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Looking for something to do after the sun goes down? Reach for the stars and explore the galaxy with Widener's Observatory!

First Quarter Moon
12
Sep

Monday Twilight Stargazing Sessions

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Explore the galaxy- both near and far! Join Professor Augensen at Widener's Observatory! Registration is required to attend!

Close-up of moon
26
Sep

Monday Twilight Stargazing Sessions

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Looking for something to do after the sun goes down? Reach for the stars and explore the galaxy with Widener's Observatory!

M42 Orion Nebula
03
Oct

Monday Twilight Stargazing Sessions

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Looking for something to do after the sun goes down? Reach for the stars and explore the galaxy with Widener's Observatory!

Sun with prominences
07
Oct

Friday Evening Stargazing Session

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Join Professor Augensen at the Widener Observatory for an out of this world experience! Registration is required in advance to attend!

First Quarter Moon
17
Oct

Monday Twilight Stargazing Sessions

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Join Professor Augensen as he explores the wonders of the galaxy! Register in advance for admittance into the Widener Observatory!

M1 Crab Nebula in Taurus
04
Nov

Friday Evening Stargazing Session

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  • Widener Observatory- Kirkbride
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Looking for something to do after the sun goes down? Reach for the stars and explore the galaxy at Widener's Observatory!

Observatory NGC 4565 Needle Galaxy in Coma Berenices
07
Nov

Monday Twilight Stargazing Sessions

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Join us for a Virtual Stargazing session! Enjoy the wonders of the evening sky with your friends and family at Widener's Observatory!

Globular Star Cluster M13
09
Nov

Stargazing: Fall Teachers' Night

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Calling all K-12 teachers! The Widener Observatory wants to treat you to a night among the stars! You spend all day helping students reach for the stars! Now, treat yourself and your family to an unforgettable experience!

Planet Saturn
21
Nov

Monday Twilight Stargazing

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Looking for something to do after the sun goes down? Reach for the stars and explore the galaxy with Widener's Observatory!

Globular Star Cluster M13
02
Dec

Friday Evening Stargazing Session

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Looking for something to do after the sun goes down? Reach for the stars and explore the galaxy with Widener's Observatory!

First Quarter Moon
05
Dec

Monday Twilight Stargazing Session

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

There's more to the night sky than meets the eye! The Widener Observatory is the perfect spot to enjoy the celestial beauty of the atmosphere in an up-close and personal way.

Mars Stargazing
07
Dec

Mars Night at the Observatory!

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  • Widener Observatory- Kirkbride
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Escape from Earth with a trip to the observatory and get a glimpse into the red planet! Join us for a night of astronomy and adventure, all leading up to pictures of the magnificent celestial object...

M82 Exploding Galaxy in Ursa Major
19
Dec

Monday Twilight Stargazing Sessions

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Enjoy the wonders of the evening sky with your friends and family with Professor Augensen at Widener's Observatory!