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Astronomy.SG Newsletter for March 2010 is here!

02-03-2010 If you cannot see this email correctly click Here Welcome again to our monthly newsletter on Astronomy happenings in Singapore, which features the month’s events, news, tips and tricks, promotions, and reviews. We hope you enjoy it! 13th NYP Astronomy Competition Date: 12 March 2010 Time: 12:30pm onwards Venue: Theatre of the Arts, Nanyang…
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Astronomy.SG Newsletter for February 2010 is here!

04-02-2010 If you cannot see this email correctly click {AquiLink} Welcome again to our monthly newsletter on Astronomy happenings in Singapore, which features the month’s events, news, tips and tricks, promotions, and reviews. We hope you enjoy it! Official Partner of Astronomy.SG In addition to our esteemed partners, MPASTRO, ACJC Astronomy Society, BP Science Team,…
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Astronomy.SG Newsletter for January 2010 is here!

09-01-2010 If you cannot see this email correctly click {AquiLink} Welcome again to our monthly newsletter on Astronomy happenings in Singapore, which features the month’s events, news, tips and tricks, promotions, and reviews. We hope you enjoy it! Welcome to 2010! Read More Weekly Stargazing Sessions @ Science Centre Singapore Time: 7.50pm …
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Astronomy.SG Newsletter for December 2009 is here!

If you have trouble viewing this newsletter, please click here. DEC 2009 Welcome again to our monthly newsletter on Astronomy happenings in Singapore, which features the month’s events, news, tips and tricks, promotions, and reviews. We hope you enjoy it! Features for this month: Events: Geminids Star Party 2009 Catch the Geminids Meteor Shower together…
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A Year in Review

Looking back, we can see that Singapore’s astronomy scene is not dull at all. Organised, coordinated, and/or supported by a wide range of individuals, groups and organisations, these events have served to popularise astronomy on top of the innate enjoyment and enrichment one gets from “doing” astronomy. Our tally of events for the whole year…
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Astronomy.SG Newsletter for November 2009 is here!

If you have trouble viewing this newsletter, please click here. NOV 2009 Welcome again to our monthly newsletter on Astronomy happenings in Singapore, which features the month’s events, news, tips and tricks, promotions, and reviews. We hope you enjoy it! Features for this month: Events: Camp Leonids Catch the Leonids Meteor Shower from East Coast…
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Astronomy.SG Newsletter for October 2009 is here!

Astronomy.SG Newsletter for October 2009 is here! Hi everyone! Well, last month’s newsletter didn’t make it for distribution. Oops. I’m sincerely sorry for that and I’ll try to make sure it doesn’t happen again. For this month, the activities kickstart with some interesting events over at Science Centre Singapore. There’s the IYA2009 Mid-Autumn Nite on…
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Astronomy.SG Newsletter for August 2009 is here!

Astronomy.SG Newsletter for August 2009 is here! Hi everyone! There’s an upcoming trip to Punggai, as usual. If you’ve missed the deadline for any one, there’s always another – the next one is from 25 Sep – 27 Sep 09. You can see many photos, of the grounds, of the food, and of the skies,…
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Astronomy.sg Newsletter for July 2009 is here!

Astronomy.sg Newsletter for July 2009 is here! Hi everyone! July’s here, and that means that the competition season is over. If you have missed them, you can always view the photos of the competitions at http://astronomy.sg/gallery. Photos from Astrigue, AstroFest and the recent AstroChallenge are all up! For those who were present, exciting, weren’t they?…
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Astronomy.sg Newsletter for June 2009 is here!

Astronomy.sg Newsletter for June 2009 is here! Hello everyone! Welcome back to another edition of the newsletter. Indeed, we are welcoming the highly-anticipated AstroChallenge ’09! Initially organised by NUS & NTU, MP Astro has joined in, making this year’s competition much more interesting. The second day of the AstroChallenge is meant for the public as…
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