The inaugural gathering of the WASCZ Astronomy Club was held at 7pm, September 6, at WASCZ’s upper walkway outside ‘A’ & ‘B’ block. The club features weekly lectures and astronomy activities directed at 11th to 13th Grade audience. Star gazing, however, are open to any WASCZ stakeholders interested in astronomy.
"Our goal is to teach the wonders of the solar system and universe while honing skills in mathematics, engineering, optics, observing, reason and critical thinking.” said Club Advisor Mr. K Norfolk. The club’s members will have preferential access to the giant telescope and sophisticated equipment under the tutelage of Mr. Norfolk.
The club kick-offed with the theme of “The Moon and Jupiter Up & Clear”. The topic for the tentatively September 11 meeting will be "The Round Moon of Mid-Autumn."