Flintstone Stargazing

September 18, 2010

Tonight is International Observe the Moon Night!

Filed under: astronomy, Moon — Ed @ 5:16 pm

And the weather looks like it’s going to be great here. I’ll be out photographing the Moon (and maybe some other stuff too). I’m also going to see if I can get some of my neighbors to come by and check it out as well. If you’re in my neck of the woods this evening (say after 8:30pm) you’re welcome to come by and take a look. It’s too bad there won’t be any ISS passes this evening, but Venus and (eventually) Jupiter will be out as well.


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