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outstanding evening!

What a wonderful way to spend an evening. From seeing craters on the moon to Jupiter to nebulae... read more

Reviewed 12 December 2015
lindooch
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Rochester NY
Great evening with the stars and the planets

Went with the kids on their public night. Informative lecture before the viewing. The kids were... read more

Reviewed 19 November 2015
Emilio_VI_STT
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Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
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“An Real Observatory on St Thomas? Yes!”
12 Dec 2015
“outstanding evening!”
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Reviewed 6 January 2016

On the occasional Friday night, the Etelman Observatory (part of the university) will be open to the public. To get an invite, email Dr. David Morris at etelmanobservatory@gmail.com. You select a time (they usually have three viewings per night, with the first one especially geared...More

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Reviewed 12 December 2015

What a wonderful way to spend an evening. From seeing craters on the moon to Jupiter to nebulae, it was fascinating and informative. There are several astronomers there with telescopes set up for viewing, and they will tell you all kinds of interesting things. The...More

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Reviewed 19 November 2015

Went with the kids on their public night. Informative lecture before the viewing. The kids were amazed with being able to see the rings around Saturn. You have to get on the email list to get invited on public nights. etelmanobservatory@gmail.com

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Reviewed 1 February 2014

This review is about the University of Virgin Islands Etelman Observatory http://www.uvi.edu/academics/science-math/research-and-outreach/etelman-observatory1/etelman-research.aspx. I say priceless for two reasons: It is currently free to the Public on specified evenings, and it is an educational opportunity to view the southern night sky that most of us do...More

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