We first it's cold, then it's hot, now it is normal temp. Rollercoaster weather is here. I wish we could stay in the winter season, but this seems to be the new normal.
So next Friday, February 8 we will be up at Lake Michie looking at the stars, learning about the constellations, and enjoying the winter night sky. We will bring out our astronomy binoculars, our telescope, and knowledge of the night sky. Winter is a great time to get out and look at the planets and stars as typically the sky is sharper with the drier air.
The Pleadies, Jupiter, Orion are just some of the neat features in the sky right now.
Here is how it looks as we are setting up
Now unfortunately that night was not so clear, but you can't predidict the weather, but I can predict that fun will be had at our Starry, Starry Night program up at beautiful Lake Michie.
Cost is $6(city residents) and $11(non-city residents)
You can register here online: https://online.activenetwork.com/DPRPlayMore/Activities/ActivitiesCourseDetails.asp?cid=10911
You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Hope to see you out there