Join us for our last observing night of 2023. There are light clouds and our main telescope is packed away to go off for service over the winter break, but we will pull out a smaller telescope or two and see what we can see!
Because of the clouds, we will not have observing tonight. We will try again next Thursday for our final observing night of the Fall!
The skies are clear enough for us to observe. We’ll be out at the observatory starting at 7pm tonight!
The skies are clear, so we will be open for observing tonight, starting at 7pm. Hope to see you out there!
Because of the cloudy weather, observing is cancelled tonight. We will try again next week!
Observing is on for tonight, Thursday, November 2, starting at 7pm. Hope to see you there!
Clouds look like they’re going to stick around through the evening at least, so we won’t have observing tonight. We will try again next, on Thursday, November 2, starting at our earlier time of 7pm. Keep your fingers crossed for clear skies and we’ll hope to see you at the observatory!
The clouds look like they’re here to stay through the evening, so no observing tonight. We will also have no observing next week, so we’ll try again on October 26!
Observing is ON for tonight! Hope to see you out there!
Public observing starts this week! We will observe most Thursday nights (see the schedule for details) that it is clear, starting at 7:30pm in October, then 7:00pm in November and December. Please come out and observe the skies (but make sure to check back here after 5pm on the day of observing for a weather update).