The most up-to-date information about our past and upcoming Public AstroPhysics Nights can be found on our event calendar.
The third Thursday of each month (or as near as possible!), we organize a public astronomy night. It is held on McGill campus, often in the McIntyre Medical Building, Room 522 (3655 Promenade Sir William Osler), but the location will be specified per event. It is entirely free and open to anyone. There is no age limit to attend and discover the wonders of the Universe. However, while we are not imposing any age cutoff, young children (below 5 or 6 years old) might find the public lecture rather long. The Public Astro Nights consist of:
- A public talk (about 1h long) by an invited speaker, a faculty member, post-doc or graduate student.
- Night-sky observations with our portable telescopes (weather permitting).
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For more info, please contact us at astromcgill [ at ] physics [dot] mcgill [dot] ca