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Light's next Public Observing Session is planned for 14 July in celebration of the fly-by of Pluto by the New Horizons spacecraft. The plan is to view Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn as part of the exploration celebration.
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 a couple visitors come out to observe on the 19th of June under mostly clear skies. The visitors were treated to views of the Moon, Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn, along with looking at an open star cluster. Hope you can join us for the July observing session.
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