Join us Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 at the ridiculous hours of 5 am to 7 am to look at the Total Lunar Eclipse! For this event, SUSF is partnering with the Ashcroft Observatory (so we don’t freeze!) who have kindly offered us their space at the observatory for this event.
To find the Ashcroft Observatory, head down Highway 56, turn left onto Westview Drive, and follow the road until you see it curving sharply to the right. Instead of turning right, just drive straight up the dirt path and you’ll be at the observatory.
The inside will be toasty, but the outside will still be cold, so make sure to bundle up! This event is free and open to the public. Everyone is invited and it is free of charge. But we always appreciate donations so we can buy better equipment for the community.
Weather Disclaimer: We would like to be able to control the weather with our minds, but sadly, we cannot. If it is snowing, raining, or just wall to wall clouds, we won’t be able to see anything through our telescopes, and we may cancel an event due to weather.