Come join us at The George Observatory for a night of fun underneath the moon this Saturday, Sept. 22!
It’s International Observe the Moon Night and this year’s theme is “Under the Same Moon.” Kiddos are invited to wear their pajamas and come listen to Moon stories and learn about the Moon phases in our Starry Room.
Bring the family for crafts like making Moon craters and enjoy an evening in our Challenger Learning Center with a “Mission to the Moon.” You’ll board the “SS Observer” spacecraft and take on different tasks as a family to land safely on the Moon.
The mission will start at 6 p.m., and the cost is $10 per person. Early registration is encouraged.
As the day falls into night, amateur astronomers will have their telescopes pointed toward the Moon and other celestial objects. With the Moon being at first quarter, the public will be able to see craters, ridges, and other prominent features of the landscape. There will also be a telescope set up with a video camera for an extra up-close-and-personal view.
To reserve tickets, click here!