Public Observing Status – Fall 2020

We have made the difficult but necessary decision to not hold in-person public observing during the Fall 2020 term. In leiu of in-person observing, we are hoping to run a few “virtual” observing nights. Keep an eye out for information about those.

We are looking forward to the day when we can get back to sharing the night sky with visitors in person. We will be carefully monitoring public health advisories to determine when it’s safe to open again. Our hope is that we will be open some time in the Spring of 2021, but it will depend on the course of the pandemic. We hope you all are well and are getting out whenever you can to enjoy the night sky!

About Hugh Crowl

Astronomy Faculty Member
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