SAS Members, We’re on for tonight! Our final regularly-scheduled public observing session is on for tonight, 10/14 at Darling Hill Observatory in Tully, NY. Sunset will be at about 6:30 and the waning gibbous moon will be up around 10:00. We’ll have Jupiter and Saturn well positioned in the southeast and Mars a bit later. The temperatures have been cool at night and getting cooler, so dress warmly. Hat & gloves highly recommended. Come down and join us!
“The show must go on!” was the underlying theme of last night’s outreach event in the Town of Lysander. Hurricane Ian’s huge high-cloud shield eventually overtook all of CNY and bands of heavier clouds plagued our visability from the start. Undaunted, and well prepared with trusty “Plan B”s (and some Vitamin O), the all-volunteer crew of hearty SAS members arrived in time to set up our equipment for the 8PM gala. At the appointed time and with military precision, Mike Z. Tony K., John R., Kevin L., Mike F., and I stiffened our upper lips as we stepped up […]
*** SAS Members *** You are invited to join us for our last scheduled observing session of the 2022 season tonight, 9/23 at Darling Hill. The skies will be clear tonight, but there will be a noticeable chill in the air so come prepared! See you on the Hill!
SAS Members, The weather doesn’t look so good for tonight, but tomorrow looks quite a bit better so, we’re postponing tonight’s observing session until Saturday, 9/17/2022 at Darling Hill Observatory. See you then!