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Center invites families to party with the stars

AIKEN - If you're looking for something stellar to do Friday night, look no further. The Augusta Astronomy Club, the Dupont Planetarium and the Ruth Patrick Science Education Center will be the hosts of an event beginning at dusk. The Fall...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/15/met_358676.shtml
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Backyard astronomy

...Cadieux, the president of the Augusta Astronomy Club and an amateur astronomer for the...program titles and times. The Augusta Astronomy Club meets at Augusta State University...reading).Source: Jim Cadieux, Augusta Astronomy Club

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/08/11/liv_424965.shtml
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Earthlings enjoy rare glimpse of Red Planet

...opportunity to catch a glimpse of Mars while it's closer to the Earth than it has been in 60,000 years. The Augusta Astronomy Club set up telescopes for visitors to see the Red Planet, at a special "star party." "We weren't expecting...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/08/28/met_386576.shtml
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Good weather expected for eclipse

...part of the Ruth B. Patrick Science Center at USC Aiken, is next to the campus baseball field. Members of the Augusta Astronomy Club will be on hand with binoculars and telescopes. "Really, you don't need those," planetarium director Gary...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/01/20/met_280183.shtml
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Biggest moon in view tonight

...took advantage of this combination and staged a devastating retaliatory ambush on soldiers in Wyoming Territory. Augusta Astronomy Club president Roger Venable says he is not impressed with the occasion. "It will be an unusually bright full moon...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/12/21/met_278835.shtml
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Event plants SEED of science

...enclosure: "He doesn't have a real good temperament. He's a little bit nippy and hissy." Jim Cadieux of Augusta Astronomy Club also drew a crowd to his telescopes and filters for looking at the sun, which looked back warmly all day Saturday...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/10/24/met_274806.shtml
Metro | Aiken County Board of Education | University of South Carolina - Aiken
Displays exhibit science

...won't eat something that feeds on chick mash." Displays of science and math were set up all over campus. The Augusta Astronomy Club brought telescopes capable of spotting quasars billions of light years away. But because of cloudy weather...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/10/26/met_216599.shtml
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