COLLEGE STATION —
Aggies with an interest in the mysteries inherent in the sky beyond its potential for shadow-casting are invited to celebrate Groundhog Day in style at the first Aggie Star Party of 2012, set for tonight (Thursday, Feb. 2) on the Texas A&M University campus.
The event, hosted by the Texas A&M University Astronomy Group in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. in front of Sbisa Dining Hall. Organizers say participants will have the opportunity to look through a telescope, find constellations — possibly even rare meteors as seen across Texas and the Southwest last night — and learn more about Texas A&M Astronomy.
For additional details about this and future celestial events open to the public, visit http://instrumentation.tamu.edu/.
Contact: Dr. Jennifer Marshall, (979) 862-2782 or email@example.com
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