Friday, September 1 (9:00 pm – 11:00 pm)

Come out to the Heide Observatory and observe the moon in the evening sky, as it will guide you to Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune, and Uranus the gas giants of our solar system. Given clear skies, you can’t miss these bright worlds. The moon is the second-brightest celestial object, after the sun. Learn about the moon and these amazing worlds as we view them through our telescopes.

This event may need to be rescheduled if the cloud cover outlook is over 40%. Please watch for a confirmation email from the observatory.

Dress appropriately for nighttime outdoor weather, and insect repellent is highly recommended. 

Note: Jupiter and Uranus will not be visible until near 11:00 pm.

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