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Selected Date Range: 07/20/2019 to 07/31/2019
June 4, Tuesday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Tue, Jun 4, 2019 - Tue, Aug 13, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
* Event is full! *
June 6, Thursday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Thu, Jun 6, 2019 - Thu, Aug 8, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 7, Friday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Fri, Jun 7, 2019 - Fri, Aug 9, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 8, Saturday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Sat, Jun 8, 2019 - Sat, Aug 10, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 10, Monday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Mon, Jun 10, 2019 - Mon, Aug 19, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 11, Tuesday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Tue, Jun 11, 2019 - Tue, Aug 20, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 13, Thursday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Thu, Jun 13, 2019 - Thu, Aug 15, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 14, Friday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Fri, Jun 14, 2019 - Fri, Aug 16, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
* Event is full! *
June 15, Saturday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Sat, Jun 15, 2019 - Sat, Aug 17, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 17, Monday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Mon, Jun 17, 2019 - Mon, Aug 26, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 18, Tuesday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Tue, Jun 18, 2019 - Tue, Aug 27, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 20, Thursday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Thu, Jun 20, 2019 - Thu, Aug 22, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 21, Friday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Fri, Jun 21, 2019 - Fri, Aug 23, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
* Event is full! *
June 22, Saturday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Sat, Jun 22, 2019 - Sat, Aug 24, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 24, Monday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Mon, Jun 24, 2019 - Mon, Sep 2, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 25, Tuesday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Tue, Jun 25, 2019 - Tue, Sep 3, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 27, Thursday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Thu, Jun 27, 2019 - Thu, Aug 29, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 28, Friday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Fri, Jun 28, 2019 - Fri, Aug 30, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
June 29, Saturday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Sat, Jun 29, 2019 - Sat, Aug 31, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 1, Monday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Mon, Jul 1, 2019 - Mon, Sep 9, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 2, Tuesday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Tue, Jul 2, 2019 - Tue, Sep 10, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 4, Thursday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Thu, Jul 4, 2019 - Thu, Sep 5, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 5, Friday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Fri, Jul 5, 2019 - Fri, Sep 6, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 6, Saturday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Sat, Jul 6, 2019 - Sat, Sep 7, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 8, Monday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Mon, Jul 8, 2019 - Mon, Sep 16, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 9, Tuesday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Tue, Jul 9, 2019 - Tue, Sep 17, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 11, Thursday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Thu, Jul 11, 2019 - Thu, Sep 12, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 12, Friday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Fri, Jul 12, 2019 - Fri, Sep 13, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 13, Saturday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Sat, Jul 13, 2019 - Sat, Sep 14, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 15, Monday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Mon, Jul 15, 2019 - Mon, Sep 23, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 16, Tuesday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Tue, Jul 16, 2019 - Tue, Sep 24, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 18, Thursday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Thu, Jul 18, 2019 - Thu, Sep 19, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
July 19, Friday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Fri, Jul 19, 2019 - Fri, Sep 20, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
* Event is full! *
July 20, Saturday
9:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Sat, Jul 20, 2019 - Sat, Sep 21, 2019
Observatory Visit
Event Type: Astronomical Observatory




View the night sky at the Astronomical Observatory located off Sunnymeade Road near the back of the Liberty University Equestrian Center grounds.

Our site offers prime viewing for stargazing with open space and minimal light noise.

Students, faculty, staff and their guests are welcome to visit the observatory during our normal hours of operation. Soon, the observatory will be open for free public viewing.

See the planets, moon, and stars through the largest telescope in the region, a 24-inch DFM Engineering telescope. The telescope sits one story off the ground, giving you better view of the sky. Or, enjoy a clear and wide field of view with one of our 8-inch Celestron telescopes.

The observatory also houses an instructional lab where you can find more about the constellations and stars before observing them with the telescopes.
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