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4/08/2022 @ 7:30 pm
There is a curious phenomenon that occurs once a month on the surface of the moon. In two separate locations at the same time and by a quirk of craters and the sun’s light there appears ax X and a V on the moon. Join us as we concentrate on the Moon this spring and hope to get a glimpse of these and other interesting features of the Moon. The vast majority of planets are morning “stars”, so we’ll look at the Moon and some deep sky objects. Be sure to dress for the weather. If you have a telescope bring it and join the hunt. Hosted by McLean Research Associates and The Last Green Valley Night Sky Rangers
Type of Event
No Dogs, Especially For Families With Children. Repeats 6/9 @ 9 pm, different location. Please be aware cloudy skies may cancel even if there is not rain.