It looks like it's going to be great couple of nights for sidewalk
astronomy this weekend. We'll have a bright first-quarter moon nearly
overhead, and probably our last look at bright Jupiter for this year,
before it disappears behind the sun. It sets a little earlier every day.
Jane and I plan to be in Old Town Pasadena tonight. We set up on
Colorado Blvd., somewhere in the two block stretch from Fair Oaks to
Pasadena Ave., depending on where we find to park. Our plan is to be
there from about 7:00 'til 9:00 p.m.
Tomorrow evening we plan to be at Library Park in Monrovia, on the
corner of Myrtle and Lime, from about 6:30 'til 9:00.
Morris Jones, Monrovia, CA