Join the Mt. Diablo Astronomical Society for the September 23 astronomy program - Lower Summit Parking Lot of Mt. Diablo State Park. The program starts at 6:30 (enter the park at least 45 minutes earlier) at the lower summit parking lot. Although there is no fee for this program there is a $10 park entrance fee. This month’s program is - SEARCH FOR ALIEN WORLDS: Where does extreme life exist on Earth? What does it tell us about where we might find life elsewhere in the galaxy? Which stars have planets?
See stars, nebula, galaxies, clusters, the moon and planets through member telescopes. Bring kids, binoculars, warm clothes (temperature can drop), snacks, water. No need for a flashlight but if you must bring one cover it in red plastic. Escorted exit several times during the evening through Northgate entrance. Astronomy program is weather dependent including high fire danger. Check our web site www.mdas.net, 925-979-5694 or call the park 925-837-2525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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