Discover the Night Sky with a Telescope !
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Open to all Students and Adults interested in Astronomy and the Night Sky...
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+ Jovian Cloud Bands
+ Great Red Spot
+ 4 Galiliean Moons
+ Telescopic Observations
+ Identify Astro Photographs
+ Open House Q & A
Jupiter is the Second Brightest Planet after Venus, and this planet is now rising earlier in our sky, coming into view at late night.
If you’re up during the predawn hours, you might notice a bright ruddy star in the vicinity of Jupiter on the sky’s dome. That’s Antares, the brightest star in the constellation Scorpius the Scorpion.
Although Jupiter shines in the vicinity of Antares all year long, Jupiter can be seen to wander relative to this “fixed” star of the zodiac.
Jupiter will reach opposition on June 10, 2019, to Shine at its Brilliant Best for the Year.
Where : IAC Astronomy Club
When : July 23-31 @ 8-9pm
Contact : 7383651660
Registrations : By Name
Fees : 300 Rs for Kids
400 Rs for Adults
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