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Public Night Log

Last night the usual cloudy Friday night conditions returned to the park. The night started out with cloudy skies which quickly turned to extremely dense fog making navigation out of the park difficult.

Francine Jackson gave her talk on the upcoming Transit of Venus to about 15 people who showed up and will give it again next Friday for those who missed it.

With the Transit of Venus quickly approaching we were OK with the down time the clouds gave us last night to continue with our event preparations. Let's hope that the sky clears for the evening of June 5th when the actual transit takes place.

Keep checking Frosty Drew Transit of Venus page and Facebook over the next two weeks as we publish information about the Transit of Venus and instructions on how to safely view this awesome event.

-Scott

Scott MacNeill
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Scott MacNeill
Entry Date:
May 25, 2012
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