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Royal Astronomical Society of Canada – Edmonton Centre
Cosmos and Canvas: Using Art to Reveal Science in Astronomy Public Outreach Images
Dr. Jayanne English
Astotin Lake Ampitheatre
Elk Island National Park
FREE PUBLIC TALK at Milky Way Day Star Party
Bold colour images from telescopes act as extraordinary ambassadors for astronomers
Sat, Sep 3, 2016 – Miquelon Lake Provincial Park
Sun, Sep 4, 2016 – Elk Island National Park
2:00 pm – 11:00 pm
The Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve’s 11th annual Star Party will be bigger and better than ever before. Taking place over two days at two different locations the Star Party will feature volunteer astronomers from RASC Edmonton Centre to help show you the stars with both solar and night sky viewing. Guest speakers, presenters, displays and activities will keep the whole family entertained at this 2 day celebration.
Click on the posters below for the event schedules.
Milky Way Days
Sat, Sep 5, 2015 – Miquelon Lake Provincial Park
Sun, Sep 6, 2015 – Elk Island National Park
2:00 pm – 11:00 pm
On the weekend of Saturday, September 5th, and Sunday, September 6th, Miquelon Lake Provincial Park and Elk Island National Park in partnership with the RASC Edmonton Centre will host the Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve’s 10th annual event, celebrating the wonders of the night sky.
Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve
9th Annual Star Party
The Brighter Side of Night
Sunday, Aug 31, 2014
On Sunday, August 31, Elk Island Park hosted the Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve 9th annual event, celebrating the wonders of the night sky. The event featured special astronomy presentations, public solar observing, and public stargazing with Royal Astronomical Society of Canada volunteers.