Classes for Stargazers

Alex Langoussis - Instructor


Sharing the stars at Sossusvlei, Namibia:
Mias expression says it all!
Image courtesy of (y muchas gracias a!)
Mias father, Raul de Molina.

Have you ever been on the beach at night, looking up at the stars, and wondered what’s out there? Come explore our universe! You too can enjoy the stars any time, any place. Classes start again in fall!

These classes are geared towards the novice interested in appreciating the universe and finding their way around the night sky. We start with simple star charts, then move up to choosing and using telescopes. To further your enjoyment of what you're looking at, we cover basic astronomy topics such as stars, planets, deep space and cosmology.

Basic star charts are included, and the final class is a field trip to a darker sky location, weather permitting.

Contact the schools below for registration. Classes this year will be offered at the following locations:


Kennesaw State University Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Emory University


Private Instruction Also Available

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