Graduate student Robin Wing made his digital slide presentation Our Solar System before 59 visitors (34 students, 23 parents and 2 teachers) from Centennial Central Public School (Grades 5-6) at the Cronyn Observatory for Exploring the Stars, Thursday, April 5th, 7:00 p.m.
Clear skies greeted 36 visitors (estimated, 23 children, 13 adults) from Ekcoe Central Public School (Grades 6-7) in Glencoe for Exploring the Stars at the Cronyn Observatory, Wednesday, April 4th, 7:00 p.m. Graduates student Robin Wing made the digital slide presentation, Our Solar System.
Partly cloudy skies greeted 17 members (9 children and 8 adults) of the 86th Girl Guides for Exploring the Stars at the Cronyn Observatory, Tuesday, April 3rd, 6:30 p.m. Graduates student Tyler Desjardins made the digital slide presentation, The Scout / Guide Astronomy Badge.
Cloudy skies greeted visitors to the Cronyn Observatory Open House, Saturday, March 31st, 7:00 p.m. Graduate student Tyler Desjardins began the digital slide presentation, Cosmic Train Wreck: When Galaxies Collide, before 18 people, with more arriving for a total of 47 visitors by the time he had finished and was answering questions.
Graduate student Robin Wing began the digital slide presentation Our Solar System before 61 visitors (44 children and 17 adults) from Arthur Stringer Public School, grades 6—8, at the Cronyn Observatory for Exploring the Stars, Thursday, March 29th, 7:00 p.m.