Summer evenings are a great opportunity for everyone to get outside and look up, and we have two more Skywatch events planned at local libraries this month. Coming up on Tuesday, July 24 at the Scranton Library in Madison and then on Monday, July 30 at the Case Memorial Library in Orange you’ll have the chance to join us and learn how to become “knowledgeable observers” when looking to the stars. Our Field Team will demonstrate how you can easily identify objects that are commonly mistaken as unidentified, including satellites, the International Space Station, and astronomical events. We will also share some of the technology we use to track aircraft, weather phenomena, and other situations that can often appear looking strange to someone who is unaware of what they may actually be. Of course, even though many things can be identified, not everything can be… and we will also discuss events and objects which continue to remain unexplained.These programs are sponsored b the libraries and are free and open to the public.
There are no upcoming events.