Drexel's Lynch Observatory will be open in coordination with other Delaware Valley observatories during 2009 to celebrate the International Year of Astronomy. Members of the public are invited to join us for an evening under the stars guided by Drexel faculty and students. In the event of unfavorable weather conditions, a Drexel speaker will present a talk on an astronomical topic of interest. This event is free of charge.
Follow the signs from the Drexel Main Building entrance to the observatory on the roof of Curtis Hall.
Observatories all over the Delaware Valley are open to the public this year. If Drexel is not convenient for you, please check out one of our partners instead. Beginning October 18, and continuing for the next five weeks, at least one observatory will be open every night!
The Joseph R. Lynch Observatory has been made possible by the Generosity of Joseph R. Lynch '58 and the GE Foundation.
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