Observing Session "Star Party"
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Come at 6 p.m. for a solar observing and to learn more about the August solar eclipse. Night sky observing begins at sunset — 8 p.m. — and continues until 10 p.m. Objects visible will include the waxing crescent moon, Mars, Jupiter, Orion Nebula, and other deep sky objects. If it's clear, then Comet 41P/TGK should be visible through binoculars and member telescopes.
Come and go as you wish. The event is free and open to the public. See details, map and weather-related updates at club website: www.orgsites.com/ks/salina-astronomy-club/