Royal Astronomical Society of Canada - New Brunswick Unit
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RASC-NB The New Brunswick unit conducts a variety of activities of interest with its members and the public. At regular meetings, well-known professional and amateur astronomers give lectures on a variety of topics of current interest. In addition, there are study and special-interest groups. Some members take part in regular observations of variable stars, lunar occultations, sunspots, meteors, comets and other phenomena; others develop special skills in astrophotography.
We are also interested in assisting with public education programs including public special star nights during the summer months where the pubic is given an opportunity to look through a telescope courtesy of an RASC volunteer.