Astronomy lecture series starts this week at Mississauga libraries

 The Curiosity rover on Mars has been exploring the martian surface for over a year. 

The Curiosity rover on Mars has been exploring the martian surface for over a year. 

Earthshine begins a series of autumn astronomy presentations at Mississauga Libraries this week. All presentations are free! 

7:00 pm Tuesday September 10      Lakeview Library 

1110 Atwater Avenue  Mississauga, ON  Call 905-615-4805 to register

7:00 pm Thursday September 12     South Common Library  2233 South Millway Drive  Call 905-615-4770 to register

Talk title: Exploring the Universe

This talk will cover recent discoveries made in our solar system and galaxy by space probes, robots, and Earth-based telescopes. If the weather is clear, members of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC), Mississauga Centre, will have telescopes set up outside to look at the Moon and other objects in the night sky. All are welcome. We hope you will be able to join us!

October talks

Burnhamthorpe Library                    Tuesday October 8

Malton Library                                    Wednesday October 9

Lorne Park Library                            Thursday October 10

Erin Meadows Library                      Thursday October 17

Streetsville Library                            Wednesday October 23