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Ligo Handford Second Saturday Public Tours Richland, WashingtonOn Saturday, October 10 The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) will conduct a public drop-in tours at 1:30 in the afternoon and Observatory tours on the 4th Friday of every month at 3:00 in the afternoon. The host will give you a presentation about their researches and will conduct a walking tour around the observatory including their control room.

About LIGO
LIGO Hanford is one of two U.S. gravitational waves searching facility. They strive to be accessible to the public as much as possible to encourage passion for science. LIGO is a national facility for gravitational wave research , providing opportunities for the broader scientific community to participate in detector development, observation and data analysis

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LIGO Fourth Friday Public Tour - LIGO Hanford Observatory Richland, WashingtonOn Friday, September 25 everyone is once again invited to be a part of the LIGO Fourth Friday Public Tour at the LIGO Hanford Observatory in Richland, Washington from 3:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon.

About the Tour
Done every fourth Friday of the month, the LIGO Fourth Friday Public Tour is ope to anyone. Your LIGO host will provide you with a presentation about LIGO and an educational free public drop-in tours where you get a chance to see first-hand the excellent look of facility located in LIGO Hanford Observatory (west of Richland on Horn Road (Route 10) Richland Washington.

The tour will be two hours long. 

For details and inquiries you may call 509-372-8106 or go to the LIGO Hanford Observatory website.

 

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Ligo Handford Observatory Public Drop-in Tours Richland, WashingtonThis coming Friday, August 28 the Ligo Hanford Observatory located at 127124 North Route 10 in Richland, Washington will have its Fourth Friday tours that will give you an excellent look at their facility, from 3:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon.

More about the Event
The Ligo Hanford Observatory is once again offering their fourth Friday free public drop-in tours. These tours are provided for community groups, astronomy clubs, professional societies and others. The tour usually last about 2 hours and work best for participants of middle school age and up, but all ages are also welcome. Just pick a date and bring your friends and family and show up at the Ligo’s facilities. No reservations required. If you have a group of your own of at least 15 participants,

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LIGO Fourth Friday Public Tour - LIGO Hanford Observatory Richland, WashingtonOn Friday, July 24 the fourth Friday of the month, from 3:00 until 5:00 in the afternoon your LIGO host will provide you with a presentation about LIGO and an educational free public drop-in tours where you get a chance to see first-hand the excellent look of facility located in LIGO Hanford Observatory (west of Richland on Horn Road (Route 10) Richland Washington.

Who can join the LIGO Tours? 
Anyone can be a part of the tour. If you want to go in a group, a private weekday or evening tour can be scheduled for a minimum of 15 persons. LIGO regularly offers tours for community groups, astronomy clubs, professional societies and others.

How long does the LIGO Tours take? 
LIGO tours usually last about two hours. All ages are welcome. The tour is

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LIGO Hanford Second-Saturday Public Tours Richland, WashingtonOn Saturday, July 11 from 1:30 until 3:00 in the afternoon your LIGO host will provide you with a presentation about LIGO and an educational free public drop-in tours where you get a chance to see first-hand the excellent look of their facility located in LIGO Hanford Observatory 127124 N. Route 10 Richland, Washington. This is your chance to see one of two gravitational wave observatories in the United States.

Who can join the LIGO Tours
Anyone can be a part of the tour. If you want to go in a group, a private weekday or evening tour can be scheduled for a minimum of 15 persons. LIGO regularly offers tours for community groups, astronomy clubs, professional societies and others.

How long does the LIGO Tours take? 
LIGO tours usually last about two

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LIGO Hanford Second-Saturday Public Tours Richland, WashingtonOn Saturday, June 13 from 1:30 until 3:00 in the afternoon your LIGO host will provide you with a presentation about LIGO and an educational free public drop-in tours where you get a chance to see first-hand the excellent look of their facility located in LIGO Hanford Observatory 127124 N. Route 10 Richland, Washington. This is your chance to see one of two gravitational wave observatories in the United States.

Who can join the LIGO Tours
Anyone can be a part of the tour. If you want to go in a group, a private weekday or evening tour can be scheduled for a minimum of 15 persons. LIGO regularly offers tours for community groups, astronomy clubs, professional societies and others.

How long does the LIGO Tours take? 
LIGO tours usually last about two

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LIGO Fourth Friday Public Tour - LIGO Hanford Observatory Richland, WashingtonOn Friday, May 22 the fourth Friday of he month, from 3:00 until 5:00 in the afternoon your LIGO host will provide you with a presentation about LIGO and an educational free public drop-in tours where you get a chance to see first-hand the excellent look of facility located in LIGO Hanford Observatory (west of Richland on Horn Road (Route 10) Richland Washington.

Who can join the LIGO Tours?
Anyone can be a part of the tour. If you want to go in a group, a private weekday or evening tour can be scheduled for a minimum of 15 persons. LIGO regularly offers tours for community groups, astronomy clubs, professional societies and others.

How long does the LIGO Tours take?
LIGO tours usually last about two hours. All ages are welcome. The tour is

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LIGO Hanford Second-Saturday Public Tours Richland, WashingtonOn Saturday, May 9 from 1:30 until 3:00 in the afternoon your LIGO host will provide you with a presentation about LIGO and an educational free public drop-in tours where you get a chance to see first-hand the excellent look of their facility located in LIGO Hanford Observatory 127124 N. Route 10 Richland, Washington. This is your chance to see one of two gravitational wave observatories in the United States.

Who can join the LIGO Tours
Anyone can be a part of the tour. If you want to go in a group, a private weekday or evening tour can be scheduled for a minimum of 15 persons. LIGO regularly offers tours for community groups, astronomy clubs, professional societies and others.

How long does the LIGO Tours take?
LIGO tours usually last about two

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LIGO Fourth Friday Public Tour - LIGO Hanford Observatory Richland, WashingtonOn Friday, April 24 the fourth Friday of he month, from 3:00 until 5:00 in the afternoon your LIGO host will provide you with a presentation about LIGO and an educational free public drop-in tours where you get a chance to see first-hand the excellent look of facility located in LIGO Hanford Observatory (west of Richland on Horn Road (Route 10) Richland Washington.

Who can join the LIGO Tours?
Anyone can be a part of the tour. If you want to go in a group, a private weekday or evening tour can be scheduled for a minimum of 15 persons. LIGO regularly offers tours for community groups, astronomy clubs, professional societies and others.

How long does the LIGO Tours take?
LIGO tours usually last about two hours. All ages are welcome. The tour is

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LIGO Hanford Second-Saturday Public Tours Richland, WashingtonOn Saturday, April 11 from 1:30 until 3:00 in the afternoon your LIGO host will provide you with a presentation about LIGO and an educational free public drop-in tours where you get a chance to see first-hand the excellent look of their facility located in LIGO Hanford Observatory 127124 N. Route 10 Richland, Washington. This is your chance to see one of two gravitational wave observatories in the United States.

Who can join the LIGO Tours
Anyone can be a part of the tour. If you want to go in a group, a private weekday or evening tour can be scheduled for a minimum of 15 persons. LIGO regularly offers tours for community groups, astronomy clubs, professional societies and others.

How long does the LIGO Tours take?
LIGO tours usually last about two

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