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Hamburg Meteorite Presentation, Open Observing Night VIII
June 22, 2018 @ 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Although we are a bit bummed out about the weather forecast, the show must go on, so we have lined up an exciting presentation:
You may recall the meteor that was seen from all over Michigan in late January this year. We are excited to announce that Tony Licata, a member of our club, found some fragments of the meteor and he has a excellent presentation on the subject. Tony will also be bringing his meteorites along with him for everyone to see!
The Hamburg Meteorite
A presentation by Tony Licata
Friday, June 22, 2018
8:30pm to 9:30pm
@ the MPG Softball Fields Pavilion
Rain or Shine!
At the MPG Softball Field Pavilion, there is a playground and there will be activities for the little kids, along with adult supervision. It may be cool and rainy, so dress warm. This event is open to the public and please feel free to invite your neighbors and anyone that might be interested. Tony was featured on Sky and Telescope in January regarding the Meteorite pieces that he found:
Other links related to the Hamburg Meteorite:
Join us for our open observing night, at the Milford Proving Grounds. No telescope required, just make sure you dress for the weather. Note that there is no power on site, so if your scope needs power, bring a battery. Everyone is welcome, but non-GM employees will be asked to sign a waiver.
See attached for details: