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Stargazing in Rock Creek Park – Mars meteor crash

October 18, 2014 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Exploring the Sky is an informal program that for over sixty years has offered monthly opportunities for anyone in the Washington area to see the stars and planets through telescopes from a location within the District of Columbia.

Sessions are held in Rock Creek Park once each month on a Saturday night from April through November, starting shortly after sunset. We meet in the field just south of the intersection of Military and Glover Roads NW, near the Nature Center. A parking lot is located next to the field.
Beginners (including children) and experienced stargazers are all welcome-and it’s free!
Questions? Call the Nature center at (202) 895-6070. Download the flier!

Date      Time      Targets of Interest
18 Oct  7:30pm  Possible meteor crash on Mars 10/19
01 Nov  7:00pm  Pleiades and winter constellations appear


Exploring the Sky is a presentation of the National Park Service and National Capital Astronomers.

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October 18, 2014
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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