This is Vassar: The newsletter for Vassar College Alumnae/i and Families

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Class of 1951 Observatory Open to the Public

Did you know that the Class of 1951 Observatory is free and open to the public on weather-permitting Wednesday nights from 9–11pm? Faculty, staff, students, and local residents can check out the rings of Saturn, Capella sparkling low in the Northeast, or catch up on what Jupiter's moon Europa is doing now that it has begun peeking out of eclipse by Jupiter’s shadow.

November 2008

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