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2019 Festival Event:

Starry Night

Come out for a telescopic tour of the evening sky, see objects in our solar system and beyond, and learn about the exciting astronomy research done at Georgia State. GSU astronomers will give you access to their research telescopes along with smaller telescopes to show you the observable stars and planets in our night sky, weather permitting.
Limited parking is available, please consider carpooling, and drive carefully. If you use GPS, please type in the longitude/latitude or search for Hard Labor Creek Observatory! If you use addresses, GPS is likely to be inaccurate. More information can be found here.

Presented by Georgia State University

Topics: Earth & Space Science Physics Technology
Audience: Families (kids & adults together) Teens (13-18 yrs) Adults Children (5-12 yrs)


Hard Labor Creek State Park Observatory

Latitude: N 33° 40' 19.7'' Longitude: W 83° 35' 46.0''

Rutledge, 30663


Saturday, March 16th, 2019

8:30 pm – 10:30 pm


Price: Free

No registration necessary.

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