Attention Harry Potter fans!

 

The next movie might be delayed until Summer, but you can pass the Astronomy portion of your O.W.L.S exam right on schedule!

On Saturday November 29 through Tuesday December 2, come view the conjunction of Venus and Jupiter, the brightest planets in the sky, from 5-6 PM, weather permitting (clear skies). As all good wizards know, planetary conjunctions are beautiful events, and with this conjunction you too can do as Harry, Ron, and Hermione did - identify Venus in the sky and learn about the four largest moons of Jupiter (by seeing them yourself in our telescope!) You can even see a centaur in the sky!

The observing is free and open to all, and all attendees under age 16 will receive a free certificate verifying their successful completion of the Astronomy portion of the O.W.L.S exam.