NOVAC Event Calendar

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NOVAC Event Calendar 2015-05-11T19:16:50+00:00

Feb
12
Tue
2019
☽ First Quarter Moon
Feb 12 @ 3:26 pm – 3:26 pm
Feb
19
Tue
2019
⚪ Full Moon
Feb 19 @ 8:53 am – 8:53 am
Feb
26
Tue
2019
☾ Last Quarter Moon
Feb 26 @ 4:28 am – 4:28 am
Mar
3
Sun
2019
Cancelled – Great Meadow Public Night @ Great Meadow
Mar 3 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Cancelled - Great Meadow Public Night @ Great Meadow

Rain in forecast, and wet grounds. See you next month.

 Ray Young
 Great Meadow site coordinator

See front page of NOVAC Site for changes to event.

More information about Great Meadow including directions and parking visit the Great Meadow Site page.

Mar
6
Wed
2019
Mercury Retrograde Begins
Mar 6 all-day

see http://cantonbecker.com/retrograde for details…

⚫ New Moon
Mar 6 @ 9:04 am – 9:04 am
Mar
9
Sat
2019
Cancelled – C.M. Crockett Public Night and Messier Marathon @ C.M. Crockett Park
Mar 9 @ 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Cancelled - C.M. Crockett Public Night and Messier Marathon @ C.M. Crockett Park | Midland | Virginia | United States

All of the weather forecasts agree that Saturday evening will be cloudy.  They disagree only on how early rain will begin.  Not suitable conditions for observing the night sky so tomorrow’s public night is canceled.

Clear skies for the future,

R J ‘Tree’ Greenwood
Site Coordinator

Please read the C.M. Crockett Page for park details. Details will be updated for the Messier Marathon too!

 

Mar
10
Sun
2019
Monthly Meeting @ George Mason University
Mar 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Monthly Meeting @ George Mason University | Fairfax | Virginia | United States

Our meetings on the second Sunday of the Month, The events are normally held evening at 7:00 pm in Research Hall Room 163 on the campus of George Mason University.

Our meetings web page, has directions and additional details.

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday evenings!

Mar
14
Thu
2019
☽ First Quarter Moon
Mar 14 @ 4:27 am – 4:27 am
Mar
20
Wed
2019
Vernal Equinox (Spring)
Mar 20 @ 3:58 pm – 4:58 pm

The date (near March 21 in the northern hemisphere) when night and day are nearly the same length and Sun crosses the celestial equator (i.e., declination 0) moving northward. In the southern hemisphere, the vernal equinox corresponds to the center of the Sun crossing the celestial equator moving southward and occurs on the date of the northern autumnal equinox. The vernal equinox marks the first day of the season of spring.

If you live south of the equator, this is your Fall Equinox.

http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/astronomy/VernalEquinox.html