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GLOBE at Night, round 2 March 23, 2011

Posted by aquillam in Astronomy, MichiganAstro, Science.
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I’ve been a tad busy lately, so I didn’t get this out there as early as I should.

The second round of Globe at Night observations started last night.  This is your chance to be an active contributer to science.  All you have to do is go out, look up, and report what you see.  In the northern hemisphere, look for the constellation Leo. In the south, look for Crux.

Everything you need except a clear sky is on the GaN homepage

GLOBE at Night – Home page.

So get out there and look up!

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