Free telescope viewing at Zacheis Planetarium
The Adams State College Zacheis Planetarium and Observatory is offering a free evening of telescope viewing at 8:00 p.m., Friday, April 23. Several large telescopes will be available for viewing such objects as the Moon, Mars, Saturn and Venus. The viewing will not be held if it is cloudy, raining, or snowing so check the weather before arriving at the Zacheis Planetarium. This is an outdoor event so dress warmly. The telescope viewing is free and suitable for all except very young children.
For information email Dr. Randy Emmons, director of Zacheis Planetarium, at firstname.lastname@example.org.