Tuesday January 23rd Meeting – 20 Years of Cassini’s Exploration of Saturn

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The Tauranga Astronomical Society is having a FREE evening
at the observatory on Tuesday January 23rd from 7:30pm.

You can view the crescent moon through the large 14” and smaller telescopes at dusk – from around 8.45pm, but before that we have a very recent documentary video on the Cassini Mission.

A space craft journey to Saturn, liftoff 1997 where it explores the moons around this beautiful planet with its famous rings before finally crashing on the surface late last year.

All welcome!

Moon viewing is weather dependent.

Meetings are held in the Observatory meeting room, Fergusson Park, Tauranga. These are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm. Presentations are given on current astronomical topics. All those interested in astronomy in the Bay of Plenty district are invited to attend.

12 Month membership is $30.00 for individuals, $40.00 for families, or $10.00 for students.

Remember, entry is FREE on Tuesday 23 January.

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