What will we be looking at tonight?
It's a perfect weather forecast for Saturday
evening stargazing. The Blue Snowball is at
zenith. The planets Uranus & Neptune are
well-placed for evening observation. Many open
clusters including Herschel's Double Cluster
are on the observing list. The Pleiades (Seven
Sisters) will be viewed through extra wide field
of view telescope. It should be a great evening!
Remember, stargazing generates little body heat;
it only warms the heart.
A general rule of thumb is to dress for
15°F below nighttime predicted lows.