Earth Science Day Stargazing

October 7 2017 (1)
The constellations on Saturday October 7, 2017.

Earth Science Day Stargazing

Saturday October 7, 2017, 6:30 to 9:30 pm

Our final astronomy program of 2017 brings us the two planets and fall constellations including Aquarius and Pisces. Without a moon, we’ll have a clear view of Jupiter and Saturn, as well as deep space objects including NGC457 ET Cluster. Admission is FREE to all! No registration needed.

Sun & Moon:
Sunset will be at 6:46 pm
There will be no moon visible during the program

Planets:
Jupiter sets at 7:25 pm
Saturn sets at 10:13 pm

Constellations/Asterisms:
The Summer Triangle – E (Vega, Deneb, & Altair)
The Big Dipper –NW
Cassiopeia – NE
Lyra –Meridian
Cygnus/Northern Cross – Meridian
Aquilla -Meridian
Sagittarius – SW
Hercules – W
Pegasus – E
Andromeda – E

DSOs/Stars:
M27 Ring Nebula
M13 The Great Globular Cluster in Hercules
NGC457 ET Cluster
M31 Andromeda Galaxy
Albireo
Alcor & Mizar