Cold Spring Stargazers Club
Thursday, October 7, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
In celebration of NASA’s new James Webb Telescope being launched in late fall of 2021, the Cold Spring Branch is starting a new Stargazers club. Dr. Jeff Rich from the Carnegie Observatory will be visiting virtually to discuss the James Webb Telescope, and to answer your questions about the project!
On October 7th, we will be trying to spot the Draconids Meteor Shower which are due to give us a show! It is a minor meteor shower that has about 10 meteors per hour, and was first discovered in 1900!
Join others as we study the night sky as it grows dark in October, track the moon and even study constellations using the Orion SkyQuest XT6 Classic Dobsonian Telescope.
Be part of the NASA Citizen Science club where amateur astronomers can provide NASA with real information from our local area night sky. Register now as spots are limited!
There will be a back up date due to possible bad weather or cloudy skies: Thursday, October 14th.
All state and federal COVID-19 mandates will be followed. If Campbell County is RED on the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s COVID-19 Dashboard, everyone, age 6 or older, who attends library programs are required to wear masks. Please note any accommodation requests in the Special Needs section of the registration form.
If you have any accommodation requests or questions please contact Clara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Age Range: 11+
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