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Light's Public Observing Session planned for 13 June 2013 has been CANX due to increasing cloud cover. We will be
scheduling another observing night later this month. Let us all hope there is some rain in the clouds overhead to
help the firefighters fighting the Black Forest Fire.
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!
| The Colorado Springs Science Center Project (CSSCP) 12" Meade LX200 telescope was used for the first time at the observatory on the 17th of May. The small group of visitors who came out to look through this
very nice instrument were treated to clear views of the Moon, Jupiter, and Saturn. We could see Cassini's Division in Saturn's ring structure, the sky was that steady. Please plan on coming out for the next viewing night in June (weather permitting).
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