Let’s celebrate our star, the Sun! Awareness and appreciation of the Sun are all you need to participate.
On Sunday, April 27 at 19 UTC / 3 pm EDT / 12 pm PDT, join AWB President Mike Simmons for a special online tour of the historic Snow Solar Telescope live from Mount Wilson Observatory in California, USA.
Watch the live webcast here on Sunday, April 27 starting at 19 UT / 3 pm EDT / 12 pm PDT.
Learn more about the history of the Snow Solar Telescope here.
Find plenty of activities, including Observing the Sun for Yourself, at the Stanford Solar Center.
What if it’s raining? Be ready for an indoor program with a presentation of “The Sun: Our Nearest Star” from Galilean Nights (available in English, French and Portuguese).
Look at The Sun Now via the NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory or contact your local astronomy club to find a solar viewing event. Remember, NEVER look directly at the Sun.
For more information check out the AWB Page
People nearby AstrOceanOmy Observatory – Oman, please drop me a message including your contact information, so I can send you privet invitation and the location of our live observing session. Seats are limited.
Update: Images from Oman Astronomical Society on the day of event which held in Naseem Park