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November 2019
Starry Night event at the Florida Museum of Natural History
Friday November 8th

This free event start at 6:00 PM and ends at 10:00 PM

(For more information visit:https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/event/starry-night/)

Special free session on Monday November 11th: Transit of Mercury
Observatory open from 8:00 AM to 1:15 PM
(Friday evenings, 8:30 to 10:00 p.m., when UF classes in session—weather permitting!)

Date Objects Movie Activity Special Groups
Nov 1 - Moon(Earlier in session), Saturn (earlier in session), Uranus, Neptune
- Orion nebula M42 (late in the session)
- Ring Nebula M57 (early)
- Andromeda galaxy M31
- Pleiades cluster M45
- Globular clusters M2, M15

Nov 8 The Teaching Observatory  will be closed  on this Friday due to our participation in the Starry Night event.
Telescopes and personnel will be at the Starry night event.
See the announcement above.
TBA None None
Nov 15 - Uranus, Neptune
- Orion nebula M42 (late in the session)
- Ring Nebula M57 (early)
- Andromeda galaxy M31
- Pleiades cluster M45
- Globular clusters M2, M15


Nov 22  - Uranus, Neptune
- Orion nebula M42 (late in the session)
- Ring Nebula M57 (early)
- Andromeda galaxy M31
- Pleiades cluster M45
- Globular clusters M2, M15
TBA None None
Nov 29 CLOSED. NO PUBLIC NIGHT
 Thanksgiving holiday
TBA
None
None


(Movies are subject to change depending on availability.)

For more information e-mail us at public@astro.ufl.edu

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Last  Updated  Nov. 22  2019