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Stargazing Nights - CLOSED

Stargazing Nights - CLOSED

Frosty Drew Observatory
Fri, Mar 6, 2020 - CLOSED
$5 Suggested Donation per person 5 years and older

Tonight is Stargazing Night at Frosty Drew Observatory and after a few weeks of excellent stargazing conditions and fabulous nights out with the cosmos, inclement weather returns. Considering we are expecting periods of rain, snow, and intense wind gusts; travel conditions could become hazardous. So we are keeping the Frosty Drew Observatory and Science Center closed tonight. We will return to our regular Stargazing Nights event schedule on Friday, March 13, 2020. Until then, catch up on some of the happenings this week, and step outside on the clear nights to tide you over.

Catch up with this weeks celestial happenings, including NASA's astronaut application period, a new name for a new Mars rover, and the switch to Daylight Savings Time in: Celebration of Space

Check out our page on Visiting Frosty Drew Observatory to learn more about what to expect at the Observatory and better help you prepare for your visit.

Please note that we do not allow any white lights on our campus from dusk - dawn. This is to ensure an equally awesome view of the night sky for all and to allow for the use of light sensitive astronomical equipment. Learn more about why we have this requirement in The Red Light District