“Making Lunar Lemonade: Tips, Tricks, and Targets for Observing the Full Moon”
Chris Vaughan, B.Sc.
Chris Vaughan is a professional Exploration Geophysicist and Astronomer (1982 graduate of University of Toronto) with a passion for education and public outreach. He is the recipient of the 2014 Bertram Topham Award for Observing and the 2013 and 2014 Andrew Elvins Awards for Promotion of Astronomy from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada – Toronto Centre. Since 1996, Chris has been visiting classrooms, hosting science-themed assemblies, running science clubs, and holding Star Parties for schools and other groups around the GTA. He is also the author of the Astronomy Skylights newsletter and an operator of the DDO's 74" Great Telescope. Chris also provides us with our monthly ‘In the Night Sky’ updates.
February 7, 2019 at 8:00 PM
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