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Science Olympiad Reach for the Stars Help Sessions

At Mount Cuba Astronomical Observatory

M1 (Crab Nebula) - Nebula (infrared, optical, radio, and X-ray images

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The Senior High School Division C help session will be on Sunday, February 19, 2017, 1:00 to 3:00 PM at Mount Cuba Astronomical Observatory.  We need people to email Scott Jackson (jacksixastro@gmail.com) or call the observatory (654-6407) to let him know if they are coming.  Drivers should be at Mt. Cuba Observatory by 2:30 pm to pick up their students.  The help file for this session can be downloaded from this link.  The help file is a PDF file and it requires the free Acrobat Reader application.

The Junior High Division B help session will be on Sunday, March 12, 2017, 1:00 to 3:00 PM at Mount Cuba Astronomical Observatory.  We need people to email Scott Jackson (jacksixastro@gmail.com) or call the observatory (654-6407) to let him know if they are coming.  Drivers should be at Mt. Cuba Observatory by 2:30 pm to pick up their students.  A red flashlight will be needed by students at the time of the competition on March 19th.  Most of the test will be a planetarium test that will be held in a dimly lighted room. The help file for this session can be downloaded from this link.  The help file is a PDF file and it requires the free Acrobat Reader application.

The Division A (K-6) help session ‘’Starry Starry Night’’ will be on Sunday, March 26, 2017, 2:00 to 4:00 PM at Mount Cuba Astronomical Observatory.  We need people to email Scott Jackson (jacksixastro@gmail.com) or call the observatory (654-6407) to let him know if they are coming.  Drivers should be at Mt. Cuba Observatory by 3:30 pm to pick up their students.  Most of the test will be a planetarium test that will be held in a dimly lighted room. The help file for this session can be downloaded from this link.  The help file is a PDF file and it requires the free Acrobat Reader application.

Please do not get lost getting to the Mount Cuba Astronomical Observatory.  It is NOT Mount Cuba Center as most GPSs would lead you to believe. For your GPS use 1610 Hillside Mill Road.

 

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