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Be a part of national Astronomy Night! Join members of the Georgia State University Department of Physics & Astronomy for a guided tour of the night sky. In conjunction with White House Astronomy Night, GSU astronomers will be on hand to operate telescopes and explain the science behind the sky. This family-friendly event is free and open to the public. Are you ready to explore the Universe? -- Event Details: GSU Astronomy Night a satellite event of White House Astronomy Night Friday, October 23 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Pinckneyville Park (near Medlock Pavilion) 4758 South Old Peachtree Road Norcross, GA 30071 Get directions from Google Maps. Get up-to-the-minute event updates by following us on Twitter: @GSU_Phys_Astr. More information may also be available on our Facebook event page. Questions, comments, or other feedback? We would love to hear from you! Contact us at email@example.com. -- Telescopes will be set up for public viewing on the meadow next to Medlock Pavilion. Guided tours of the night sky and brief presentations on current topics in astronomy will also be offered. No background in science is required! All events will be easily accessible to general audiences. Telescope viewing is an outdoor event and is subject to clear skies. After sunset, the weather may be chilly. Dress warmly! -- This event is presented in partnership with Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation.