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Star Light-Star Bright Observatory
Light's next Public Observing Session is planned for 24 Jan, weather permitting. The plan is to try and get a view of
Comet Lovejoy and Jupiter, along with other winter celestial objects.
Observatory will not open if the
skies have high thin clouds, it's mostly overcast, weather is too windy or it's just too cold!
| We had no visitors come out on the 29th of Nov. There was a quarter part of the sky that was clear which provided views of the Ring Nebula and two globular star clusters. The Moon was also viewed through a thin layer of high clouds to close out the night. Hope to see you all in Jan 2015 so we can view Jupiter again.
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