This coming Friday the Gloucester Area Astronomy Club will have Robert Naeye, former Editor in Chief of Sky & Telescope magazine, speaking about his recent trip out west to observe at the Mount Wilson 100 inch telescope, as well as his eclipse trip to Indonesia. Bob, who seems to travel a lot, is an old GAAC favorite, a talented speaker, and you won’t want to miss this fun, informative presentation.
If skies are clear we’ll be able to observe the skies a little bit after the meeting, catching sights of the early crescent moon and Jupiter and its moons. You won’t want to miss a chance to mingle with all your GAACster friends while munching on all your favorite GAACster goodies, and catching a fun GAAC presentation. A good time is guaranteed for all.
The Gloucester Area Astronomy Club meets at the Lanesville Community Center
in the Lanesville neighborhood of Gloucester MA, at 8:00 pm on the second Friday of every month, for presentations, discussions and activities related to observational astronomy. Come see us! No special knowledge or equipment is needed to have a great time. There’s plenty of free parking, and plenty of fun conversation and good things to eat and drink. All are welcome.