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Join us each month, September through July (no meeting in August), on the third Friday of the month at 20:00 (8:00pm) at the Cronyn Observatory on Western University campus. There is no cost to come to the meetings they are open to the public and everyone is welcome.

There is free parking beside the Cronyn Observatory in lot “M”. Lot “I” also has free parking.

June 2018 Monthly Meeting – Member Presentations – Location Changed

June 2018 Monthly Meeting – Member Presentations
NEW LOCATION FOR JUNE MEETING
This month the location is going to be in the Physics and Astronomy, Room 100.

Register for the upcoming Nova Course

The objective of the NOVA (New Observers to Visual Astronomy) Program is to provide information and instruction to new and beginner level amateur astronomers. You do not need to have a telescope!

All NOVA sessions are held at the London Masonville Public Library and presented by members of the London Centre, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC). NOVA is a nine-week program with a Dark Skies Star Party. We are excited to offer a lineup of expert presenters who will introduce you to visual observing, the solar system, stars, deep sky objects, black holes, telescopes, cosmology, and so much more!
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Our Monthly Meeting

Starting January 2018 the meetings have a new start time of 20:00 (8:00pm). The doors will be open at 19:30 (7:30pm).

Our meetings are held each month, September through July (no meeting in August), on the third Friday of the month at 20:00 (8:00pm) at the Cronyn Observatory on Western University campus. There is no cost to come to the meetings they are open to the public and everyone is welcome.

There is free parking beside the Cronyn Observatory in lot “M”. Lot “I” also has free parking.
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Join the RASC

As a London Centre Member you could:

Click here to join the RASC !

  • While we don’t recommend joining our centre without first enjoying a few meetings and observing with others at our dark sky site, you can visit the National Site and join the London Centre online. Just follow the links and remember to chose London as your preferred Centre.
  • Receive SkyNews, the popular bimonthly Canadian astronomy magazine edited by Terry Dickenson.
  • Receive the annual RASC Observers Handbook which contains comprehensive information on the year’s astronomical events, articles on observing comets, meteors, planets, the moon, deep sky objects, and much more.
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