Join the UNF Astronomy Club for another fantastic Astronomy Night at the University of North Florida, where we will have a family-friendly evening of Science and Stargazing presented by university students and faculty!
The show starts at 8PM with a talk by Kenya Gordon on «Extraterrestrial Weather!» in Room 1102 at the Science and Engineering Building (Building 50) followed by Observations on the roof.
There will be a new moon this evening, giving us more visibility to observe much of the summer constellations and a few planets such as Jupiter and Saturn! Venus and Mars will also be visible, but not likely viewable during the timeframe of our observations.
Because observations take place on the roof, please dress comfortably and for outdoors. Observation can only occur if weather permits, so check back on the Astronomy Club page the night of the event for any updates or cancelations. Access to the roof is by elevator from the lobby. For everyone's safety, there will be a limited number of people allowed on the roof at any given time. Please be sure to check-in at the lobby to help us gauge if and when capacity is reached. There is no cost of admission or reservations needed, so be sure invite your friend and family!