Friday night, June 8, is the Gloucester Area Astronomy Club’s “Welcome to Amateur Astronomy” night!
This annual event is always a GAAC favorite. We’ll be featuring a group of quick, 10-15 minute presentations on topics of interest to anyone interested in pursuing astronomy, as well as a roomful of different binoculars and telescopes to inspect and ask questions about, and all the great conversation and goodies you’ve come to expect at GAAC meetings.
You’ll be able to find out more about what you need to get started, how to do astrophotography, places to shop and how much to spend, what you’ll be able to see, the advantages of different telescope optical designs and brands, and much much more.
If the weather cooperates we can step outside after the meeting and look around a bit with some of the scopes. Jupiter’s up!
You’re invited — see you there!
GAAC members meet at the Lanesville Community Center, 8 Vulcan Street in the Lanesville neighborhood of Gloucester MA, from 8:00 – 9:30pm on the second Friday of every month, for presentations, discussions and activities related to observational astronomy. There is no cost.
You can learn more about the club on the website, on Facebook, or Twitter, @GAACster.
Come see us! No special knowledge or equipment is needed to have a great time. See the Contact page on our website for directions.