We see stars every night, but much of space is still a mystery to us. Come to the library on Thursday night on April 19 to explore the night time sky with Dave Reese! From 6:30 to 7:15, we will be doing solar observing of the early evening sky. From 7:15 to 8:00, we all have a chance to share our knowledge and also ask questions during an astronomy discussion group. Then, we will head back outside to examine the night time sky, and try to observe the moon, Venus, the Pleadies. the Great Orion Nebula, and other bright stars. Then, you can check out some books about astronomy for children and adults!
There will only be one telescope for observing at the library, so please bring your own telescopes or binoculars.
We hope to see you there!
This event is open to anyone. Adults and children are both welcomed.