Public Observation at Kaleideum North on Saturday September 23rd

Update 9/22: We are a GO!!! The weather looks to be cooperating for a change. Come on out and enjoy an evening of learning about our night sky’s wonders.

This Saturday September 23rd the Forsyth Astronomical Society will host a public observation event at our home base, Kaleideum North. Sunset is 7:16pm for Saturday. We will have telescopes set up and begin observations as darkness allows. Night sky treats that we’ll be able to show you will include Saturn, the Moon and possibly Jupiter early in the evening. As the evening progresses and the sky gets darker we can share several types of star clusters both open and globular, different types of nebulae and possibly even a few faint galaxies in some of  the members larger telescopes. Weather thus far is predicted to be great for that evening but there will be a final weather call posted here and on our Facebook page on the Friday before. You may also call Kaleideum after 5pm to receive an automated message that will include that weather call. Hope to see you there.

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