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Astronomy Club and the Fascination with Deep Space

The Astronomy/Physics club meets every Monday at Lunch in room 417.

The Astronomy/Physics club meets every Monday at Lunch in room 417.

The Astronomy/Physics club meets every Monday at Lunch in room 417.

The Astronomy/Physics club meets every Monday at Lunch in room 417.

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The Astronomy and Physics Club at Air Academy is one of the most thrilling clubs available to students. For anyone who has the slightest bit of interest in space, Astronomy and Physics Club blows minds.

If anyone has ever wondered how people arrived on earth, about alien life, or even how the universe was created, Astronomy and Physics club digs deep into questions like these and many more.

The club is student run and this year’s president is senior Caitlyn Voige.  The club isn’t a big commitment as it only come meets on Mondays at lunch for about an hour in room 417 to discuss topics of interests such as archeoastronomy, the origin of the universe, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, and stellar distances. They have also built a scale model of the solar system.

The club offers in-depth conversations about the universe and offers more content on astronomy than the average science class. The club hopes to have telescopic observations, visit the USAFA Observatory, and visit the Space Foundation. 

The club is currently creating merchandise that has the phrase ‘out of this world’ on a T-shirt. In order, to get one of these shirts attempt getting into Astronomy Club as soon as possible.

When asked, “How would you describe Astronomy Club using one word,” Mr. Boyle responded with, “Stellar.”

The Astronomy club is a witty bunch who will expand understanding of the universe by great amounts and answer all the questions that everyone finds themselves asking from time to time. As long as you’re interested in topics of space and questions like the ones stated above, this club is perfect for you.

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