The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada – Kingston Centre, had its regular monthly meeting Friday March 11th, 2011 at 7:30pm in Stirling Hall Theatre A, 64 Bader Lane on Queen’s University campus in Kingston.
It was all about meteorites and we saw the Meteorite Men’s adventures is Saskatchewan and Alberta chasing down the Buzzard Coulee and Whitecourt meteorites, followed by members meteorite displays including a Buzzard and a Whitecourt. A good time was had by all, especially the part about the popcorn and chips during the 40 minute video!

I note that in the RASC Observers Calendar, some notes:
Arthur Covington, Canada’s first radio astronomer and RASCKC member, died ten years ago
And on Saturday March 19th, 2011 we will experience the largest full moon of 2011
Sunday March 20th 19:21EDT is the spring equinox (have a celebration… a BBQ is nice! Naked pagan dancing around a fire is optional)
Monday March 21st zodiacal light is readily visible in the west from a dark site.
Tuesday March 22nd: Mercury is at greatest elongation at 19 deg, best evening view of 2011