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Friday, May 27, 2005

Astronomy in Canada, May - Aug 2005

These are notices to Astronomy conventions, workshops and starparties which are scheduled to take place in Canada between May to August from the JPL Space calendar .

May 30-Jun 10 - Workshop: Astrobiology and the Origins of Life, Hamilton, Canada
Jun 05-08 - Planetary and Terrestrial Mining Sciences Symposium (PTMSS), Sudbury, Canada
Jun 12-17 - Conference: Solar Wind 11 / SOHO 16 - Connecting Sun and Heliosphere, Whistler, Canada
Jul 01-03 - Island Star Party 2005, Vancouver Island, Canada
Jul 08-10 -[May 25] Gateway to the Universe Star Party, Powassan, Ontario, Canada
Jul 08-10 -[May 26] Astro Festival, Mont-Megantic National Park, Canada
Jul 11-15 - Conference: Ultra-Relativistic Jets in Astrophysics, Banff, Canada
Jul 29-31 - 25th Annual Telescope Making Contest (CAFTA), St-Timothee, Canada
Jul 30-Aug 07- 22nd Annual Mount Kobau Star Party, near Osoyoos, Canada
Aug 02-06 - Conference: Neutron Stars at the Crossroads of Fundamental Physics, Vancouver, Canada
Aug 04-07 - Saskatchewan Summer Star Party, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Canada
Aug 04-07 - Starfest 2005, Mount Forest, Canada
Aug 29-31 - 37th Annual Precise Time and Time Interval (PTTI) Systems and Applications Meeting, Vancouver, Canada

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