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Saturday, August 28

Two Nights of Astronomy in Chicago

Ever stop and wonder if there was anything up there at night? I mean, beyond the horrible light pollution of the sodium street lamps? Well come find out!

Saturday and Sunday around 7:30 pm.

We will have Saturn, Mars, Venus, Jupiter, Andromeda Galaxy, Ring Nebula, and the rising Moon at 8:21 pm. 

As an added treat, the ISS will make two passes during our session - with the brightest one at 8:19 pm.

If free, stop by and join the crew and a nice warm evening of looking up.

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