Aggies and Brazos Valley area residents with an interest in the mysteries of the night sky are invited to wind down their reading day and enjoy one last break before final exams at the May Aggie Star Party, set for next Wednesday (May 2) on the Texas A&M University campus.

The monthly event, hosted by the Texas A&M Astronomy Group in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. in front of Sbisa Dining Hall (weather permitting). Organizers say participants will have the opportunity to look through a telescope, find constellations and learn more about Texas A&M Astronomy.

For additional details, visit http://instrumentation.tamu.edu/starparty.pdf.


Watch a video highlighting images from past Aggie Star Parties on You Tube:

Contact: Dr. Jennifer Marshall, (979) 862-2782 or marshall@physics.tamu.edu

Hutchins Shana


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