UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE
MEMPHIS ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY HAS SUSPENDED ALL PUBLIC GATHERINGS.
However we are meeting via Zoom once a month. Come here frequently for links.
Next Meeting: May 7th, 2021.
Ever wondered what’s inside the shiny silver dome on the Rhodes campus? Here’s your chance to find out. We’ll take a tour of the equipment in the Rhodes College observatory and learn how the systems are integrated to make a fully-functional observatory. We’ll also talk about image acquisition and processing. Weather-permitting, we’ll have a live demo and look at a few objects in the sky.
Ann Viano, Ph.D.
Associate & Lester Crain Professor
Rhodes College Department of Physics
The Memphis Astronomical Society is a non-profit, public service organization promoting interest and education in astronomy and related sciences. Founded in 1953.
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