Night Sky Adventure at miSci
Tonight's lesson: Our Friend the Moon
Even though humans haven’t set foot on the moon in over 40 years, NASA and other space agencies have been actively studying the moon using satellites and robotic landers. Come learn about some of the latest discoveries, then join us at miSci on October 28th to celebrate International Observe the Moon Night!
Night Sky Adventures are astronomy fun for the whole family! Educators from the Dudley Observatory, in conjunction with volunteers from the Albany Area Amateur Astronomers group, present astronomy lessons, planetarium shows and night sky viewing (weather depending). Amateur astronomers and families are invited to bring binoculars or telescopes. One or more telescopes will be provided for public use.
For more information, visit our website at www.DudleyObservatory.org.
Cost: Admission to miSci ($10.50 adult, $7.50 child age 3-12, $9 senior 65+), Free for miSci members
Come early to enjoy the museum galleries as well as the Dudley Observatory program. miSci will be open continuously from 9am through the end of the Night Sky Adventure.