Wear layered clothing.
Club Star Gaze
February 04 Saturday 6:00PM at NMR-DSO
Moon rise set: 1219 0102 Slightly gibbous first quarter Moon
Enjoy a great view of the first quarter moon.
View in series from naked-eye to binocular to small then big telescope.
Or start with the details, and work your way out.
Either way, maria, craters, valleys, rills, and astronaut landing sites are very interesting.
With just a quarter moon, other parts of the sky will be available for some dark sky observing.
Find Venus, Mars and Uranus. Vest is on the right arm of Pollux in Gemini.
Look for beautiful double stars, double clusters, and nebulae in the winter sky.
Please arrive before dark.
Park with your headlights toward the road.
Bring what you have of planisphere, binoculars, telescope, towel to lay on.
Wear hat, layered clothing.
Come Rain, Shine, or Cold:
Fun astronomy activities planned for cloudy nights.
Beginners to experts can benefit
from the abundance of knowledge, skill, and enthusiasm
at our local meetings and star parties.
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