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UPDATE: The weather forecasts are not looking wonderful for tonight. Weather Underground is predicting 40-50% cloud coverage and the Clear Sky Chart is saying below average and poor ‘Transparency’ and ‘Seeing’ respectively.
Normally we would cancel the event, but know some folks might still like to come out one last time before the end of the year. With that in mind, we will be open tonight with the understanding that observation opportunities may be very limited.
We are ending “observing season” here at BOO with what promises to be an amazing night of celestial wonders!
Bundle up warm and join us over the Thanksgiving weekend for the last public star party of the year. You will have the opportunity to see Planet Jupiter, the Andromeda Galaxy, The Great Orion Nebula, The Seven Sisters Star Cluster, and so much more.
Volunteers for this event.
1) D.Buhrman – BRSC and Binoculars
2) M.Anderson – Parking and Visitor Relations
3) M.Sibbernsen – BSO
4) K.Sibbernsen – Field Telescope
5) D.Knisley – Field Telescope
6) H.Hladik – Classroom Activities
7) D.Dickinson – Visitor Relations