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Exploring Buffalo's Winter Night Sky

The winter months can provide cold, clear nights on which to view some of astronomy's favorite objects. This session will teach you how to view several planets, when best to view the Moon, and the patterns and folklore of several easy to find constellations. Objects covered can be seen even in the light pollution of Buffalo and do not require a telescope.

Date:
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Time:
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Presenter:
Kevin Williams
Audience:
  Faculty/Staff  
Categories:
  Winterim  
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Organizer

Rebecca Eggleston