Follow future Lunar astronomers as they explore Earth’s geographical and astronomical history.
Season of Light
Saturday November 5- January 2 at 7:00 pm Run Time: 35 minutes Appropriate for ages 8 and up Admission: $2.50 per person
Star of Bethlehem
Saturday at 8:00 pm November 5 – January 2 Run Time: 25 minutes Appropriate for ages 6 and up Admission: $2.50 per person
Not available at this time.
Run Time: 20 minutes
Appropriate for ages 8 and up
Admission: $2.50 per person
by Rod Kennedy
June 2013 may seem rather anti-climatic after the triple conjunction of Mercury, Venus and Jupiter in May. However, while Jupiter is lost in the glare of the sun, Mercury and Venus will continue to be visible, as well as Saturn. In fact, Saturn is in great position to be observed during the short nights of June. The constellation Virgo the Maiden is also a great place to hunt for deep sky objects. So dust off that telescope, head for an observing sight away from city lights and get ready to observe!