If you weren't able to get to our Star Party last week, the weather is looking pretty good for Friday evening, October 27 for "International Observe the Moon Night." NKAF, in collaboration with the Peacham Library, will be hosting this event at the Northern Skies Observatory behind the Peacham School! (The official IOMN date is Saturday, but the weather is looking better on Friday).
We'll start looking at the moon at 6:30 PM, and if there's interest, we'll keep on going! The Library will be hosting activities for younger folks (phases-of-the-moon Oreos, anyone?)
We hope to see you there!
As always, despite the best intentions, weather conditions change. Be sure to check the website and/or Facebook for late notices! (WV)
The skies are going to be clear and dark, so we're going to take the opportunity to look at the mid-Autumn skies on Friday, October 20, starting at 7:30 PM at NSO. This may be the last star party of the season, so please join us!
(International Observe the Moon Night is the following weekend, but the weather is not looking great for the next week.)
The newly revitalized astronomy club will gather at 7 PM at NSO! If you're interested, come join us!
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