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Star Light's next Public Observing Sessions are planned for 8 and 10 Oct in support of the Colorado Springs Science Festival.
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!
We had just over 45 visitors come out to the observatory to view the Total Lunar Eclipse during the "Super Moon" conditions. Many of the visitors with smart phones were able to photograph the eclipse through the observatory's 12" telescope and through the very large binoculars that were setup for the celestial event.

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