Join us for some #FreePublicStargazing at our Observatory, Saturday July 29th, between 9pm and 11pm. All our events are Free to the public and family friendly.
Jupiter is getting lower in the sky, so this might be your last chance this year to see the largest planet in our Solar System. However, Saturn is still holding strong in the night sky and is an amazing object to see for the first time or the 500th time.
We're also into the summer nebula, were we can see beautiful gas clouds floating around space, like the amazing swan nebula.
We are located on Plainfield-Naperville Rd, north of Boughton and south of 95th on the property of the Springbrook Water Reclamation Center. Follow the flashing blue lights. A Google map is at: bit.ly/NAA-AEC.
If you can't make it this time, a 2-month calendar of our events is at naperastro.org/calendar
As always, check our website (http://naperastro.org/) the afternoon of the event for a go/cancel notice.