You’re invited to the Coca-Cola Space Science Center on Saturday, September 23rd, for the next of our series of free Astronomy Nights!
We’ll begin at 7 p.m. in our Omnisphere Planetarium, with Dr. Rosa Williams pointing out current constellations and bright objects in the evening skies. Weather permitting, we will then move outside to telescopes on our South Lawn to view the Waxing Gibbous Moon, and other night sky objects such as: Saturn, The Summer Triangle and meteor showers if bright enough to view.
7PM: Presentation in Omnisphere Theater
8PM: Telescope Viewing (Weather permitting)
THIS IS A FREE EVENT.
Parking is available in front of the building and just past the fountain with parallel parking on the road (beware of bike lane).