Youth Outreach Coordinator Hired

I am pleased to announce that we have hired a new staff member at the RASC Society office: Jenna Hinds has been appointed Youth Outreach Coordinator.

Jenna has a BSc from Mount Allison in Marine Biology and a Masters of Science in Science Communication and Public Engagement from the University of Edinburgh.

She has worked at the Ontario Science Centre for the past 2.5 years as a planetarium host, giving live shows on various aspects of astronomy.

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Bulletin 2018 Oct

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The Sky This Month - October 2018

Fall Nights

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NNL 2018 Mar

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NNL 2018 Jan

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Asteroid (516560) Annapolisroyal

The Town of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, is recognized as the cradle of the Canadian nation for its prominent role in the country’s early origins and remains influential as a leader in heritage stewardship and preservation.

Orbit type: Main Belt 
Ref: MPC 111804

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University of Tokyo

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EtU recipient

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EtU recipient

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The Sky This Month - September 2018

Pegasus The Winged Horse

The constellation Pegasus is easily identified by its large square of stars. When rising in the east, its takes on the appearance of a giant baseball diamond. With 1,121 square degrees of sky Pegasus ranks 7th in overall size. It is also one of the original constellations listed by the astronomer Ptolemy back in the 2nd century.

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