Come out to the Menke Observatory to see the Moon and the planet Jupiter in the southwestern sky; Mars to the southeast; and Saturn will rise in the east about an hour after sunset.
This month, Jupiter is still visible, although lower toward the west. Mars is almost due south at dusk, while Saturn is just rising in the east and will be visible most of the night.
No Moon at all until well after midnight, so it's a deep-sky object night complete with a clear view of the Milky Way.
Join us at the Menke Observatory to witness Mars and Saturn in the southwest sky.
Join us for the last Star Party of the year. The late-rising moon will allow gazers to see Mars and Saturn in the southwest.