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  • Information for Observers — Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    to submit a report Request Observing Time If you are an educational or research organization observing time at the Griffin Observatory may be available to you You will need to be accompanied by trained Carthage observers or have been approved by Carthage to utilize the telescope and facility If you wish to request time please send an email to griffinobs carthage edu and be sure to include Your name The institution organization Preferred observing date s and or number of nights requested Type of observation visual CCD imaging with facility camera CCD imaging with user camera Webcam video with facility camera Webcam video with user camera Your contact information phone and email Instrumentation Available instrumentation includes in addition to eyepieces for visual use an SBIG ST 8E CCD camera and a FLEA 3 high frame rate webcam The facility also maintains a full set of photometric and narrow band filters Emergency Contact Information In the event of an emergency please contact Douglas Arion 262 308 2557 cell 262 551 5864 Brian Schwartz 262 551 6042 Clarence Griffin 262 331 0870 Carthage Security 262 551 5911 News Carthage astronomy programs featured in New Hampshire News Carthage Institute of Astronomy s work

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  • Information for Visitors — Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    The Carthage Institute of Astronomy is heavily engaged in public education and outreach Public programs are regularly held at the Griffin Observatory near the Carthage campus in Kenosha Wis Griffin Observatory is also available for scheduled visits by school and Scout groups Read more about Griffin Observatory Directions Griffin Observatory is located at the Kemper Center 6501 Third Ave Kenosha WI 53143 View Larger Map Upcoming Events Upcoming events at the Griffin Observatory will be posted in the right column of this page More events coming soon Request an Event On a limited basis it is possible to hold special events at the Griffin Observatory These events must be scheduled with the staff at the Kemper Center as well as with the Carthage Institute of Astronomy Please contact the Kemper Center directly and alert us to your request at griffinobs carthage edu Please note that the number of events that can be supported is limited and not every request can be honored Before You Visit Be sure to check the Clear Sky Chart News Carthage astronomy programs featured in New Hampshire News Carthage Institute of Astronomy s work with the Appalachian Mountain Club is part of an article titled Outdoors

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  • Faculty — Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    Physics and Astronomy Professor of Entrepreneurship Straz Center 202 carthage edu Professor Doug Arion joined the Carthage faculty in 1994 He brought his experience as a scientific researcher and former corporate executive with Science Applications International Corp to Carthage s innovative ScienceWorks Read more Julie Dahlstrom Chair Physics and Astronomy Department Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy Straz Center B 10H carthage edu 262 551 2331 Professor Julie Dahlstrom came to Carthage in 2009 from the University of Chicago s Yerkes Observatory where she was a postdoctoral researcher in observational astrophysics specializing in high resolution spectroscopy of stars Read more Jean Quashnock Professor of Physics and Astronomy Straz Center 209C carthage edu 262 551 5391 Jean Quashnock s research interests include cosmology large scale structure in the universe high energy astrophysics and gamma ray bursts and absorption line systems in quasar spectra He is a researcher in the Sloan Digital Read more Brian Schwartz Director Great Ideas Program Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Great Ideas Straz Center B6 B carthage edu 262 551 6042 Professor Brian Schwartz s expertise is in nuclear and atomic physics He uses lasers to study the spin and polarization of atoms and nuclei

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  • Astronomy Resources — Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    Partners Physics and Astronomy at Carthage Society of Physics Students Stay Connected Follow the Carthage Institute of Astronomy on Facebook and Twitter Carthage Institute of Astronomy Astronomy Resources Weather http www wunderground com cgi bin findweather hdfForecast query 53140 Satellite http www goes noaa gov Clear Sky Chart How to read this chart News Carthage astronomy programs featured in New Hampshire News Carthage Institute of Astronomy s work with the

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  • Image Gallery — Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    Research Partners Physics and Astronomy at Carthage Society of Physics Students Stay Connected Follow the Carthage Institute of Astronomy on Facebook and Twitter Carthage Institute of Astronomy Astronomy Images The following images were taken by Carthage students at major observatories Click on each photo to learn more Clear Sky Chart Kenosha This chart shows when it will be cloudy or clear for up to the next two days It s

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  • Student Work — Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    and Astronomy at Carthage Society of Physics Students Stay Connected Follow the Carthage Institute of Astronomy on Facebook and Twitter Carthage Institute of Astronomy Student Research Carthage students utilize first class professional telscopes and cameras and present their research at national meetings Click on each image to learn more Clear Sky Chart Kenosha This chart shows when it will be cloudy or clear for up to the next two days

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  • Partners — Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    national research and development center for ground based night time astronomy Galileoscope Carthage has been a major partner in the Galileoscope program initiated during the 2009 International Year of Astronomy to bring low cost high quality telescopes to people around the world Galileoscope has already delivered more than 200 000 telescopes to nearly 100 countries and the program provided more than 7 000 telescopes donated to Third World regions Appalachian Mountain Club The Carthage Institute of Astronomy is working with the Appalachian Mountain Club in a new program in public education and outreach linking nature and outdoors education with astronomy With funding from the National Science Foundation the program is anticipated to reach up to 600 000 people each year This is an innovative program that will partner Carthage staff and students with outdoors and nature experts in the northeast United States Celestron Celestron has generously donated several thousands of dollars worth of high quality astronomy equipment to allow Carthage and the AMC to offer high quality programs to the public and for student research and experiential learning Observatories Nationwide The Carthage Institute of Astronomy provides faculty and students with opportunities to conduct research on large research telescopes at Kitt

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  • Clear Sky Chart — Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    Professor honored at physics conference for outstanding service Carthage professor Douglas Arion received an Outstanding Service Award at the 2012 Quadrennial Physics Congress in November more Griffin Observatory Open House Dec 6 The Carthage Institute of Astronomy will host an Open House at Griffin Observatory from 6 to 9 p m Thursday Dec 6 more Upcoming Events Cosmic Café The Fabric of the Cosmos Part 1 Cosmic Café The Fabric

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