Monthly “Starry Starry Astronomy Night”
December 12 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Have fun learning about the stars and planets during our FREE monthly “Starry Starry Astronomy Night!” held the Second Tuesday of EACH month, from 6PM – 8PM at the American Space Museum. We meet in the museum classroom for a short program on current events in astronomy, followed by some urban stargazing in the parking lot if weather cooperates.
We provide a large telescope.* Guests are also welcome to bring their own telescope for some hands-on training and tips.
2017: December 12 – “What Was the Star of Bethlehem?”, Stargaze if clear.
2018: January 9 – “How to Use Christmas Telescope”, Stargaze if clear.
And don’t forget our monthly “Moon Gaze” program.