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Observing The Sky At MIT – MIT News

[email protected] is a series of astronomical observation sessions led by astronomer and planetary science lecturer Amanda Bosh. Members of the MIT community are encouraged to come and observe the sky above and learn about space and what there is to see on that particular day or night. Everyone is welcome to participate by looking through one of the telescopes and having a conversation with peers and astronomy enthusiasts alike up on the roof of building 37, on MIT’s campus in Cambridge, MA.

To be alerted when there is an Observe session, join their mailing list: http://mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listin…

Special thanks to the Alumni Class Funds for their contribution to [email protected]

Video: Melanie Gonick/MIT

Images in order of appearance: MIT Wallace Astrophysical Observatory, Ryuga Hatano, Amanda Bosh and Amanda Bosh
Notebook sketches in order of appearance: Sophia Tigges, Nilu Zhao, Nilu Zhao, Yuqi Song and Jesse Thornburg

Music sampled from “Sounds From The Past” by Mindthings

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