We're going to bit the bullet, and try a star party this coming Wednesday, June 28, 2017. The weather looks iffy, but there's a chance of clearing later, and it's the only time in a while that looks promising without running into a relatively full moon.
So, we'll start at 8. If nothing else, we can look around at the telescope operations for people who are interested. If it is clear, we should have some moon observation to play with, and later in the evening, if it does clear, Saturn will be the main player for the planets, along with all of the other wonderful summer deep sky objects. We'll go as late as people have energy for!
Hope to see you then!
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