All events in our Evenings Under the Stars series are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

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Mar
27
Mon
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 5)
Mar 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 5) @ GMU Observatory | Fairfax | Virginia | United States

An Evening Under the Stars

Title: The Search for Habitable Worlds & Alien Life in our Galaxy

Dr. Ravi Kopparapu, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

March 27th, 2017. Talk starts at 7:00 PM in Research Hall RM 163

Join us for a FREE 30 min presentation, followed by (weather permitting) a guided tour of the night sky with our telescope.
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Apr
3
Mon
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 5 – Rain Day)
Apr 3 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 5 - Rain Day) @ GMU Observatory | Fairfax | Virginia | United States

An Evening Under the Stars – *Rain Day*

Title: The Search for Habitable Worlds & Alien Life in our Galaxy

Dr. Ravi Kopparapu, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

April 3rd, 2017. Talk starts at 7:00 PM in Research Hall RM 163

*This day is scheduled only as a backup/weather day for the primary tour date (Jan 23rd), and thus will ONLY be offered if the original night is cancelled.

Join us for a FREE 30 min presentation, followed by (weather permitting) a guided tour of the night sky with our telescope.
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Apr
10
Mon
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 6)
Apr 10 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 6) @ GMU Observatory | Fairfax | Virginia | United States

An Evening Under the Stars

Title: The Early Life of Planet Earth

Dr. Jesse Reimink, Carnegie Science Institute

April 10th, 2017. Talk starts at 7:30 PM in Research Hall RM 163

Join us for a FREE 30 min presentation, followed by (weather permitting) a guided tour of the night sky with our telescope.
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Apr
17
Mon
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 6 – Rain Day)
Apr 17 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 6 - Rain Day) @ GMU Observatory | Fairfax | Virginia | United States

An Evening Under the Stars – *Rain Day*

Title: The Early Life of Planet Earth

Dr. Jesse Reimink, Carnegie Science Institute

April 17th, 2017. Talk starts at 7:30 PM in Research Hall RM 163

*This day is scheduled only as a backup/weather day for the primary tour date (Jan 23rd), and thus will ONLY be offered if the original night is cancelled.

Join us for a FREE 30 min presentation, followed by (weather permitting) a guided tour of the night sky with our telescope.
Follow us to hear about last minute cancellations & weather updates!

Apr
24
Mon
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 7)
Apr 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 7) @ GMU Observatory | Fairfax | Virginia | United States

An Evening Under the Stars

Title: Debris Disks: Finding Planets Using the Mess They Leave Behind

Dr. Erika Nesvold, Carnegie Science Institute

April 24th, 2017. Talk starts at 7:30 PM in Research Hall RM 163

Join us for a FREE 30 min presentation, followed by (weather permitting) a guided tour of the night sky with our telescope.
Follow us to hear about last minute cancellations & weather updates!

May
1
Mon
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 7 – Rain Day)
May 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
An Evening Under the Stars (Spring Tour 7 - Rain Day) @ GMU Observatory | Fairfax | Virginia | United States

An Evening Under the Stars – *Rain Day*

Title: Debris Disks: Finding Planets Using the Mess They Leave Behind

Dr. Erika Nesvold, Carnegie Science Institute

May 1st, 2017. Talk starts at 7:30 PM in Research Hall RM 163

*This day is scheduled only as a backup/weather day for the primary tour date (Jan 23rd), and thus will ONLY be offered if the original night is cancelled.

Join us for a FREE 30 min presentation, followed by (weather permitting) a guided tour of the night sky with our telescope.
Follow us to hear about last minute cancellations & weather updates!

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