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Saturday January 5, 2019 from 6:00pm to ?:?? PM
Announced by our Observatory Director on Friday, January 4, 2019 at 10:57 AM

Status updated by our Observatory Director on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 2:01 PM

The forecast calls for clear skies this evening.
The observatory will open at 6:00 PM with the following celestial objects
added to the observing list: Blue Snowball Nebula, Little Dumbbell Nebula,
open clusters NGC752, M103, M52, and galaxies M74 & M77.

The observatory will open at 6:00 PM

Public Observing Event

at the ACA Observatory


Impromptu Event

It looks like a great evening for stargazing; cold temperatures, low humidity, and clear skies.

What will we be looking at tonight?

Herschel's Double Cluster, Pleiades through the 100mm wide field telescope,
the planet Uranus, globular cluster M15, open cluster M34, and
Andromeda Galaxy are on the observing list.

The observatory will open at 6:00 PM

The forecast calls for temperatures in the lower 30s, so it is important to
come properly dressed for the event. Standing behind a telescope looking
at star clusters produces little body heat; it only warms the heart.

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