UNH Observatory Stargazing Session is FREE on Saturday, June 1!

The UNH Observatory offers Free Public Sessions on the first and third Saturday of every month from 8:00pm-10:00pm through March and 9:00pm-11:00pm from April through August.

Take a gander at the evening’s sky through the powerful telescopes of the Observatory. Makes a great family outing!

For Spring 2019, Public Observing Sessions are scheduled for:

  • Saturday, March 2;  8 – 10 PM – waning crescent moon – not visible
  • Saturday, March 16;  8 – 10 PM – waxing gibbous – a great phase to observe the moon!
  • Saturday, April 6;  9 – 11 PM (NOTE SPRING/SUMMER HOURS IN EFFECT!) – waning crescent moon – not visible
  • Saturday, April 20; 9 – 11 PM – waxing gibbous moon
  • Saturday, May 4; 9 – 11 PM – new moon – not visible
  • Saturday, May 18; 9 – 11 PM – full moon
  • Saturday, June 1; 9 – 11 PM – waning crescent moon – not visible

Join us if the sky is clear at sunset. Or, check the UNH Observatory Facebook page on the afternoon of the session for a “go-no-go” post.

Public Stargazing at the UNH Observatory
Spinney Lane, Durham NH
FREE!

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