Get your current night sky, astronomy, geoscience, and space exploration update in the Cernan Center Planetarium.
One Saturday night each month, the Cernan Earth and Space Center's Monthly Skywatch brings you the excitement of the current nighttime sky. Recent discoveries in astronomy, space science and geoscience are also presented in the Planetarium theater. This program features advanced scientific content and is recommended for people 13 years or older, but younger visitors are welcome.
Weather permitting, telescopes will be set up outside so everyone can observe the Moon, planets and other celestial sights for FREE. Telescopes are provided by the Chicago Astronomical Society and Cernan Center staff.
Below is the list of dates and objects for Monthly Skywatch through December 2016
You are not required to attend the Monthly Skywatch to participate in the FREE Public Star Party.
The Cernan Earth and Space Center has tentatively scheduled extra observing sessions throughout the year for special celestial events.
For the latest program/schedule information:
• Visit our website at triton.edu/cernan
• Call our program information line at (708) 583-3100
• Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/cernancenter
• Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: Events, Dates, Topics and Prices are subject to change. Even though we make every effort to keep the website updated, visitors should call our Program Line at 708-583-3100 for the latest information about additions, changes, and cancelations.
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