The General Motors Astronomy Club will be joining the Warren Peregrine Falcon Group next Thursday, June 14th, for some birdwatching and stargazing. Feel free to bring a chair, binoculars, and a telescope, if you have one. We will be sharing our telescopes to view the birds and then enjoying the night sky afterward, if the weather is nice. Light pollution might be an issue in Warren, but Jupiter should be easily visible after sunset. Hope to see you there!
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The club would like to extend a special thanks to our Senior Astronomer, Tony Licata, for his artwork, which was chosen as the official logo of the General motors Astronomy Club. Tony has been a dedicated member of the club since it was founded last year we sincerely appreciate his contributions.
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A spiral galaxy, visible to telescopes under dark skies, can be seen in close interaction with it’s smaller neighbor, NGC5195. The distance to this galaxy pair is estimated at 23 million light years.
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A planetary nebula, the remains of an exploded star, in the constellation Vulpecula.
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To further the interest and knowledge of the public in astronomy and to encourage youth education in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
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