Stargazing

Stay curious!

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Join us each month as we look to the stars to see spectacular objects in our night sky!

What to look for...
On the 12th look for a New Moon.

Beginning on the 22nd-23rd search for the Lyrids Meteor Shower. A Super moon will occur. The Moon will be located on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun and its face will be fully illuminated. The Moon may look slightly larger and brighter than usual.

April is the month of Venus! It will shine at its brightest, appear to pass through the Pleiades star cluster, stay up past its normal viewing time, and appear as a long crescent shape in telescopes.