Our next regular lecture: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11 at 7:30 p.m.
Diurnal, Seasonal, and Inter-Annular Variations of Gases in the Mars Atmosphere
Br. Robert Novak, PhD
Professor Emeritus, Iona College
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Meeting ID: 818 0841 9156
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|In the interest of everyone’s health and to reduce the spread of Coronavirus, in-person WAA meetings have been suspended until further notice.
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Group observing events (a.k.a. “Star Parties”) have been scheduled for 2022 (see the Star Parties page). WAA will follow New York State and Westchester County requirements for outdoor events, including all recommendations for screening, vaccinations, masking and social distancing that are in effect at the time of the star party.
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