Welcome: info about upcoming Lunar Eclipse 2019-01-20

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Welcome: info about upcoming Lunar Eclipse 2019-01-20

Post by Peter Jedicke » January 9th, 2019, 8:09 am

Attached is the handout prepared by the Society's national office.
2019 RASC Lunar Eclipse Colour.pdf
RASC information poster about Lunar Eclipse
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There's also this video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyvMuWFelf4

Discover the Universe will hold an online webinar Thursday 2019-01-10. The webinar is aimed more at teachers. You have to register for it, but it will be available afterward to access.
http://www.discovertheuniverse.ca/works ... -eclipses/
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Re: Welcome: info about upcoming Lunar Eclipse 2019-01-20

Post by Mohammed » January 9th, 2019, 1:00 pm

The pdf looks good. In fact, If allowed I am interested in inviting fanshawe students too by printing and posting it in theor notice boards. Let me know if its a good idea.

Youtube video is informative. And I've also registered for the webinar right away. Thanks Mr. Jedicke

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Re: Welcome: info about upcoming Lunar Eclipse 2019-01-20

Post by Peter Jedicke » January 9th, 2019, 10:03 pm

Mohammed
The RASC poster is intended to be used everywhere, so go right ahead. Tell Prof. Haque about it, if you know him.
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