It was a real treat to see stars again last night, if only for a little
while. Jane and I set up a pair of telescopes at JPL outside Von
Karmann Auditorium for their public lecture series. About a hundred
people stopped by for a look at Saturn after the lecture, and before the
fog made it totally invisible.
Tonight there's also a chance for fog on Colorado Blvd., but there's
also a good chance for some looks at Saturn. Jane and I will be on the
north side of Colorado Blvd. tonight from about 6 'til 10.
Sunset tonight is at 5:45. The waning gibbous Moon rises at 7:25, and
should clear the buildings for us to get a good look after about 8:30.
Tomorrow evening in Monrovia at Myrtle and Lime.
Old Town Astronomers: http://www.otastro.org