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Regina 1955 #3

A general view of the Regina Astronomical Society's operations centre in 1955.
The clubroom on the left is fully equipped for meetings during winter or summer.
The barrels stock coal and wood as well as water and garbage disposal.

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Regina 1955 #2

RASC Regina Centre observatory in 1955.

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Regina 1955 #1

The Regina Observatory and the 10-inch McClung reflector in 1955. A portable 8-inch belonging to a member is on the right.

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Montreal 1955

RASC Montréal Centre observatory in 1955.

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Windsor Observatory

RASC windsor Centre 9th Annual Observation Night (1953): looked at the moon and rings around Saturn.
Left to right: C.H. Montrose, R.C. Bradley, Mrs. Helen Huneault, W.A. Hare, Lambert Huneault, Danny Bawtenheimer, G.A. Nyberg.

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Newbrook Observatory

Newbrook Meteor Observatory, November 1953.

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Montreal 1952

Star Night at Westmount Park in Montréal on 1952 September 25 with a 6-inch reflector.

No identification. Sent by Louie Bernstein of the RASC Montréal Centre. This photo may have appeared in the Montréal Gazette. Graetz Bros. Ltd. Photographers Prints No. 77123.

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Dr. Who Visits K-W (1985) #4

Jon Pertwee cut the ribbon at the the RASC Kitchener-Waterloo Centre's Dance Hill Observatory near Ayr, Ontario on the weekend of May 25, 1985. The Doctor Who actor was in the K-W area for a convention (Who Party 7) put on by the Doctor Who Information Network. These slides were taken by Kevin Schlueter and uploaded by Christine Mak. Dance Hill Observatory was recently decommissioned and added to CP Rail property. These photos appear with the permission of Steve Holmes, RASC K-W Centre president.

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Dr. Who Visits K-W (1985) #3

Jon Pertwee cut the ribbon at the the RASC Kitchener-Waterloo Centre's Dance Hill Observatory near Ayr, Ontario on the weekend of May 25, 1985. The Doctor Who actor was in the K-W area for a convention (Who Party 7) put on by the Doctor Who Information Network. These slides were taken by Kevin Schlueter and uploaded by Christine Mak. Dance Hill Observatory was recently decommissioned and added to CP Rail property. These photos appear with the permission of Steve Holmes, RASC K-W Centre president.

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Dr. Who Visits K-W (1985) #2

Jon Pertwee cut the ribbon at the the RASC Kitchener-Waterloo Centre's Dance Hill Observatory near Ayr, Ontario on the weekend of May 25, 1985. The Doctor Who actor was in the K-W area for a convention (Who Party 7) put on by the Doctor Who Information Network. These slides were taken by Kevin Schlueter and uploaded by Christine Mak. Dance Hill Observatory was recently decommissioned and added to CP Rail property. These photos appear with the permission of Steve Holmes, RASC K-W Centre president.

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