TAU AstroClub

Open day 2010
(Image credit: Iair Arcavi)

The Tel-Aviv University Astronomy Club (AstroClub for short) is a public outreach organization, operated voluntarily by graduate students of the Department of Astrophysics of Tel-Aviv University.
Our aim is to provide, through our activities, opportunities for the community to learn about, and become interested in astronomy, and to make astronomy, physics and science in general more accessible and visible to the general public. The Club’s activities include lectures in contemporary issues in astrophysics, demonstrations and sky observing events.
All activities are open to the general public, free of charge and require no prior scientific knowledge.
The club is operated with the kind support of the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences, the School of Physics and Astronomy, and the Florence and George Wise Observatory of Tel-Aviv University.