Public nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory have resumed for the 2017-2018 season. During the fall and spring semesters, the observatory will be open one Thursday each month (except December) for people to observe various celestial bodies.
The viewing on November 30 includes a 30-minute talk with Karelle Siellez at 7:30 pm. Topic: The Multimessenger Era in Astrophysics: From Gravitational Waves to Gamma-Ray Bursts.
Public nights are contingent on clear weather.
Potential closures and driving directions are on the official website.
Go here for the full schedule.
ALL ARE WELCOME.