Brown Bags with John Burroughs and Dan Young of the Delta Astronomical Society:
Wednesday, October 9 at NOON – Public Welcomed Demonstration of how to use a telescope. Basics of what a telescope is, how it works & what you can see with it. Free One page DAS flyer featuring what’s up in the Oct skies above us. Free Copies of informative and handy “Sky Calendars” from Abrams Planetarium, Michigan State University, will also be available.
Information on Comet ISON: When, Where and How to see it. Will it be “The Comet of the Century?”
J Burroughs with DAS 22inch Telescope, 2012 c. D Young, DAS.
Wednesday, October 23 at NOON – Public Welcomed
Take a Walk Through the Solar System with DAS. Walk of the Planets – Rendezvous @Bonifas – walk to library & through to H&H. Or, meet at the library at 11:55 (Dress appropriately, this is an outdoor event). Guided tour of the Solar System with commentary by the author of the Planet Walk, Dan Young.
Dan Young DAS, shows Sunspots to an interested passerby. Ludington St, July 12, 2013. c. R Luchay, DAS.
Devil’s Night: A Closing Celebration
Wednesday, October 30 – 4 p.m. – Public Welcomed
Storytelling in the Gallery with astronomer Mary Stewart Adams
Stargazing in the inflatable planetarium with Delta Co. Astronomical Society
*Dress casually, entering the dome requires a short crawl through an inflated “tunnel,” and sitting on pads on the floor. (20 mins per session)
Astrophotography Workshop: Intermediate – Advanced, Back Again, by Popular Demand! With artist Shawn Malone Saturday, November 2 from 6:30 –10 p.m. (New moon phase) Registration Required.