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Star Light's next Public Observing Session is planned for 7 May from 7:00-9:00 pm, weather permitting.
The 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!
Even though we had zero visitors come out to view the evening sky on the 11th of April through broken clouds, we were still able to share images and short videos of the Moon with those who attended Yuri's Night at the Fine Arts Center. This was made possible by the new Internet connection the Observatory now has thanks to School District 11. Our hope is to use this new connection to support some distance learning programs from the Observatory.

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