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Directions: Go to the UF student observatory on a clear Friday night. Look at three astronomical objects through the telescope and then fill out three copies of this form, one for each object. Please don't fill out the forms while you are actually at the observatory but rather do this in the comfort of your own home after you return. Staple the 3 forms together. Don ʼ t forget to have an observatory staff member give you a token, which you should attach to the first form. Remember to get the full amount of credit available (5%) you must describe and sketch three objects. Student Name:
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Unformatted text preview: Student Name: Observation Date & Time: Object Name: Type of Object: Distance to Object: 1. Sketch Object From Memory Above 2. Describe what you saw in the telescope (attach on a separate typed page if you prefer): 3. Explain the nature and astronomical signi±cance of the object you observed. You should look this information up and give references (attach on a separate typed page if you prefer): 4. Any other comments about your observing experience and/or the object you viewed (attach on a separate typed page if you prefer): TELESCOPE OBSERVING FORM - AST1002 - Prof. Tan...
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