The Emory University - Astronomy Club
The Emory University Astronomy Club was started during the Fall 2003
semester by students taking Physics 116, “An Introduction to
Astronomy.” The first meeting was October 22, 2003, and a provisional
charter was granted by the University during early spring semester,
Dr. Ray DuVarney and Aneil Sharma
getting the telescopes ready to show visitors Venus and Jupiter, or aka "Beauty and the Beast."
The principal purposes of the Emory University Astronomy Club are:
To stimulate an interest in the science of astronomy at Emory; to nurture
an ongoing desire by members of the Emory University community to understand
the cosmos; and to provide opportunities for members of the Emory University
community to participate in the joy and beauty of astronomy.
To achieve these goals, the Club currently: