Join us for a talk by James Lattis, Director at UW Space Place, about the current night sky, what to watch for and how to observe it as we unveil our own telescope, soon available at the library.
This talk introduces the stars, constellations, and interesting objects of the current season sky. We’ll talk about observing the brighter planets and how to find them in the night sky, along with other objects suitable for amateur observing. We’ll also feature any important eclipses, meteor showers, or other interesting astronomical events visible in the near future, as well as observing tips and the astronomical use of telescopes and binoculars.
Registration required. www.oscargradylibrary.org