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MIDSOUTH STAR GAZE AND ASTRONOMY CONFERENCE

Wed, 3/26/2014 - Sat, 3/29/2014
 
March 2014
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Categories
Conferences/Conventions, Lectures, Star Parties
Location
Rainwater Observatory
One Fine Place
French Camp, Midsouth, MS 39745
United States
Times
Wednesday March 26 at noon - Sunday March 29 at noon
Admission Fees
Registration Fee: $45 per person thru March 4th (due with registration form) Fee after March 4th – $55
Meals and lodging extra. See website for additional information
Description
Rainwater Observatory's annual Midsouth Stargaze and Astronomy Conference, March 26-29, 2014. This event attracts amateur and professional astronomers from all over the country. It is held under one of the darkest skies in the southeastern United States and just off the beautiful Natchez Trace Parkway near the village of French Camp, Mississippi.

Join us this year for fun, fellowship, observing, and fascinating presentations by astronomers such as galaxy researcher, Dr. William Keel, from the University of Alabama, comet researcher, Dr. Donna Pierce and exoplanet researcher Dr. Angelle Tanner from Mississippi State University and much more!
Additional Information
None
Directions
The observatory site is located on State Highway 413 just off of the Natchez Trace Parkway in central Mississippi near the village of French Camp (about halfway between Jackson and Tupelo).
Contact Information
Edwin Faughn
Rainwater Observatory Director
info@rainwaterobservatory.org
662-547-7283

For registration and lodging assistance please contact French Camp Guest Services at 662-547-9988 or guestservices@frenchcamp.org.
 
 
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