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The Clear Sky Chart for Kingston, Ontario:

Clear Outside Alternative Forecast

Upcoming Meetings and Events

All our meetings are free and open to the general public, so come on out and enjoy.
When you're ready to take the plunge, become a member.
See also the Queen's University Astronomy Research Group Seminar Schedule

Thursday, September 13, 2018 - 19:00 to 21:00
Summer Hiatus
More Info

Science Rendezvous Saturday 2018 May 12th

We will be participating with Science Rendezvous Kingston 2018!
Science Rendezvous Kingston
SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2018
10 am to 3 pm
Drop by 
For more information see:
It looks like there may be a couple of clear sky hours in the early afternoon... but weather is always difficult to predict!

New Bling

It's been a year or two since the last offering of new bling, to wit: the Tshirts with the RASC Kingston Centre logo.
Today we announce another to wit: 2" full colour stickers of the logo.
Priced at only $1 each, these fabulous stickers can stick on surfaces.  Surfaces like laptops, books, astronomy equipment, fridges, stoves, toilets and more!
You imagination is the only limit!
See Susan or Kevin at a regular meeting or contact them for a special meetup.

L&A Dark Sky Viewing Area

L&A Dark Sky Viewing Area
Disclaimer: *not* an RASC-KC event but astronomical nonetheless. 
Witness the 'Spring Sky' at the Lennox & Addington Dark Sky Viewing Area on 2018 Friday May 11th & Saturday May 12th at 9:30pm (weather permitting).
Leading a laser-guided tour of the night sky will be dark sky enthusiast, Joe Gilker.
Joe will be pointing out the Spring Zodiac constellations and allow visitors to take a peek through his telescope to view Jupiter, the Hercules Cluster and the Beehive Cluster.

Ewan Public Lecture Monday 2018 March 05

**Note** This is not a RASC-KC event, but rather an Astronomy event we'd like you to know about.
As part of our George & Maureen Ewan Public Lecture Series, co-winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize for Physics Prof. Barry Barish (Caltech/LIGO) will be speaking about the new age of gravitational wave astronomy at the Isabel Bader Concert Hall on March 5th 2018 at 7:30pm.


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