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WHAT’S UP IN THE SKY THIS JUNE 2018?

The very hot summer season in the UAE is indeed approaching. Wondering what’s going to be up at the sky for the new month? The following is a list of astronomical events for June 2018. All dates and times were given in UAE Local Time. read more

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ASA OBSERVATION LOG: JUPITER AND SATURN

On the evening of May 7 until the early morning of May 8, 2018, we performed planetary imaging of the two Jovian planets Jupiter and Saturn using the observatory’s 16-inch Meade LX850 SCT and ZWO1600MC cooled camera.  read more

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WHAT’S UP IN THE SKY THIS MAY 2018?

Weather is starting to get even warmer now as the season transitioning to summer here in the UAE. Wondering what’s going to be up in the sky for the new month? The following is a list of astronomical events for May 2018. All dates and times were given in UAE Local Time. read more

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WHAT’S UP IN THE SKY THIS APRIL 2018?

With clear sunny skies and temperatures gradually rising, we are now in the transition period towards the summer season here in the UAE. Wondering what’s going to be up in the sky for the new month? The following is a list of astronomical events for April 2018. All dates and times were given in UAE Local Time. read more

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WHAT’S UP IN THE SKY THIS MARCH 2018?

Winter is about to end soon! Wondering what’s going to be up in the sky for the new month? The following is a list of astronomical events for March 2018. All dates and times were given in UAE Local Time. read more

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WHAT’S UP IN THE SKY THIS FEBRUARY 2018?

January has ended and we now look forward to a brand new month for. Wondering what’s going to be up in the sky for this coming month? The following is a list of astronomical events for February 2018. All dates and times were given in UAE Local Time.

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FAREWELL, CASSINI!

It has been a bittersweet moment for space exploration enthusiasts. The 3.26 billion US dollar spacecraft Cassini had plunged into the gas giant Saturn at exactly 3:55PM, September 15, 2017 (UAE Local Time) based on the record from National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) mission control after an approximately 20-year overall journey across space and Saturn. read more