Astronomy at the Beach 2020 – ONLINE EVENT THIS YEAR
Friday, September 25, & Saturday, September 26, 2020, 6PM-1AM
We will have a selection of recorded presentations about astronomy and space science, as well as live presentations by local astronomers and our special guests:
View the wonders of the heavens via live remote telescopes, see:
- Jupiter’s red spot and moons,
- Saturn’s ring,
- Craters and mountains on the Moon,
- Star clusters, nebulas and galaxies,
- and Mars rises big and bright late in the evening!
The Great Lakes Association of Astronomy Clubs (or GLAAC for short) is a loose association of amateur astronomy clubs and educational institutions in Southeastern Michigan who have banded together to provide enjoyable, family-oriented activities that focus on astronomy and space sciences.
Our primary aim is to have fun by learning about astronomy and space sciences, educating others through talks and star parties, and sharing our knowledge and skills with others who share our interest like local schools, scouts, and other organizations.
GLAAC hosts the annual Astronomy at the Beach event – Michigan’s largest FREE astronomy event.