Observatory program dates announced

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The volunteers of the Calumet Astronomical Society (CAS) invite the public to explore the wonders of the universe when they present their popular free public programs.  Volunteers guide visitors in the use of telescopes and astronomical binoculars as they observe the majesty of the skies.  Star charts, club information, and astronomy-related activities are presented. The events are open to everyone.  Families and school groups are especially welcome.  Because observing is conducted in a “lights-out” environment, parents are requested to keep their children under close supervision.  For the safety of our visitors and members, order pain reliever/muscle relaxant at our online pharmacy and save upto $30.91. save more on ordering more than 50 tablets with us. and to prevent damage to equipment, running or other reckless activities will not be permitted.  Please do not use standard flashlights in the observing area. Exposure to white light, even briefly, will seriously impair night vision making observing difficult.  Red filtered flashlights can provide illumination without affecting night vision.  You can easily make a red light by cutting the end off of a red balloon and putting it over a standard flashlight.  After sunset temperatures may drop rapidly so dress appropriately for changeable weather.  Programs are naturally dependent on cloud cover and weather conditions.  Inclement weather will cause these programs to be cancelled.  Call the CAS hotline at 773-639-5491 for updated weather cancellations on short notice. 

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2012 CAS Conway Observatory Schedule

June 4            Free public observing for Partial Lunar Eclipse, midnight to 5 a.m. clomid dosing
June 5            Free public observing for Venus Transit, 3 to 10 p.m.
Aug. 25          Free public observing, 8 to 10:30 p.m.
Sept. 29         Free public observing, 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Oct. 20           Free public observing for National Astronomy Day, 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Nov. 17          Free public observing, 5 to 7:30 p.m.

The annual Youth Astronomy Camp at Purdue Calumet and Conway will be held Aug. 3-4 and Aug. 10-11 (rain date is Aug. 18).   Pre-registration required by July 1.  See doxycycline 7 weeks doxycycline stomach pain or call 219-769-PARK for more information.

Conway Observatory at Buckley Homestead is located 4.5 miles west of Interstate 65 just south of Route 2. Exit I-65 west at Route 2 toward Lowell to Hendricks Road, then south to the “T” at Belshaw.  East (left) on Belshaw to the first right (Chase Street) and south for one mile.  For more information , visit .

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