PennDixie Astronomy Program

Event Date: 
Sunday, August 1, 2010
Event Description: 

Monthly Stargazing

Join us for an out-of-this-world experience! Our astronomers will map the night sky — including stars, planets, constellations, and deep space objects — for you using a variety of telescopes and specialized equipment. Monthly programs run from March through October and are weather dependent. Stay tuned to our social media for updates.

Visitors are welcome to bring lawn chairs, warm clothing, blankets, and food/beverages. We’ll have plenty of telescopes, but you can bring yours along, too, if you’d like some expert advice. No registration needed. Programs run for 2-3 hours depending on viewing conditions.

Event Type: 
Telescope Viewing
Open to the General Public?: 
Yes
Topic: 
Astronomy,  Dwarf Planets,  Earth,  Earth's Moon,  Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus & Neptune,  Mars,  Mercury & Venus,  Sun
Mission: 
Cassini,  Hubble,  International Space Station,  Mars Exploration Rovers,  Space Shuttle
Event Location: 

Penn-Dixie Site

4050 North Street
BlasdellNew York 14219
United States