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Binocular Stargazing at Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve

Binocular Stargazing is hosted by the Santa Clara County Open Space Authority with help from members of the San Jose Astronomical Association.

Want to learn the night sky? Want to see the Milky Way and the stars contained in it? Did you know that you don’t need to spend a ton of money on a telescope to do so? All you need is a decent pair of binoculars.

Come out and attend the “Binocular Stargazing” event on Saturday June. 18th at 9:30pm at Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve. (Binoculars are required for this event) You will learn all about how the night sky changes by the hour, month, and year.

Our astronomy docents will lead you through the night sky so you can learn how to use your binoculars to find and view asterisms, open and globular clusters, nebulae, and planets. (You will need to have binoculars to attend this event. This is an interactive program in which you will need binoculars to follow along with the program)

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Saturday, 06/18/22


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Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve

550 Palm Ave
Morgan Hill, CA 95037