Astronomical Society offering outreach to school districts

The Door Peninsula Astronomical Society is open to educational opportunities from school districts in the area. Dave Lenius, a member of the Board of Directors for the society, said the group can be available to open up the observatory to any group of interested science or physics students. Lenius said they also have options for classes that don't require waiting until nighttime to view.


The society participates in events throughout the year, but most recently held a viewing of the "Super Wolf Blood Moon" lunar eclipse on Sunday night.

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