FREE Astronomy Course
A FREE Astronomy Course is being offered during the regular M.A.S. General Meetings, which are generally held the first Friday night of every month at 8 pm in the Assisi Hall Science Auditorium on the campus of Christian Brothers University at East Parkway South and Central Avenue. Enter from Central Ave. opposite the Fairgrounds.
Starting with the February meeting and continuing through early 2016, the Memphis Astronomical Society will conduct a Short Course in Astronomy.
Throughout the coming months, knowledgeable speakers will explain practically every aspect of astronomy in an entertaining and easily understood manner
August 7, 2015
"The Early History of Astronomy"
"Techniques for Locating Celestial Objects"
Feel Free to jump in at anytime.
Catch up on past lectures on our YouTube Channel
The course is FREE and open to the public!
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About the M.A.S.
The Memphis Astronomical Society, or M.A.S., is a public service organization which promotes understanding of the science of astronomy through free public lectures and demonstrations. Members are seldom professional astronomers. We work in many different occupations, some in the sciences, but most in other fields. We are amateurs in the basic sense of the word: we study astronomy because we love it. We seek to learn more about it through reading, conversation with other astronomers, professional as well as amateur, and especially through direct observation of celestial objects.
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