RASC Mississauga Centre Meeting December 13

  • University of Toronto Mississauga 3359 Mississauga Road Mississauga Ontario L5L 1C6

The December 13 meeting of the RASC Mississauga Centre will be held from from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. at The University of Toronto,
 Mississauga Campus, in lecture hall SE2082 in the William Davis Building.

This agenda for this meeting is a series of short presentations be members of the Mississauga Centre. The meeting is open to the public and is free.   

Enter off of Mississauga Road. Park in lot 4 or the parkade, across from the fitness centre south of the 
Davis Building. Enter through the Fitness centre, walk up the stairs until
you reach the main corridor then turn right. (If you need an elevator,
follow the corridor to the right of the stairs, then go up to the main
floor.) Look for the Mississauga Centre sign in front of the lecture room.


Light pollution in Ontario as seen from the International Space Station.

Light pollution in Ontario as seen from the International Space Station.

HOST: LESLIE STRIKE

PRESENTATIONS

VINAYAK KALRA and ERIC MENEZES: Light Pollution Abatement Update

LARA AWAD: The Clock that Runs Backwards - presentation is about the unique,
one of the kind clock located in the Florence cathedral.
It really "runs backwards". The review of some numerical parameters of the
Twilight will explain the clock setting.

--- Break ---

LESLIE STRIKE: Presentation on her Trip to Chile and Peru

ANOUNCEMENTS

After the meeting, join us at Crabby Joe's at the South Common Mall for more
fun.

If you are a member and would like to make a presentation at an upcoming
meeting, please contact our meetings coordinator, Randy Attwood -
MEMMTG@mississauga.rasc.ca.

We hope to see you there on Friday.

UPCOMING MEETINGS / EVENTS

FRI JAN 10: Meeting at UTM.
FRI JAN 24: Speaker at UTM - Jesse Rogerson, York U.

FRI FEB 07: Meeting at UTM.
FRI FEB 21: Speaker at UTM - John Moores, York U, Looking for Water in the
Solar System.

FRI MAR 07: Meeting at UTM.
FRI MAR 21: Speaker at UTM - Randy Attwood, Observing the Upcoming Total
Lunar Eclipse.