I woke to the calls of a brilliant red sentinel Cardinal sitting up in the tops of the Mulberry Tree.. Today I’m planting out Nasturtium seedlings into pots and then working on tonights Observing session for CREW Land and Water Trust. Jim is busy adding a new Telrad to the LaVigne 10″ Dobsonian telescope for tonights use.
If you miss this evenings (Feb 9) Public Observing Session (Registration for tonight is closed) at CREW we will offer another observing opportunity March 9th so if you happen to be in South West Florida visiting, or you live here, consider signing up via this link to attend our Family Star Gazing session.
What will we see? Jupiter, the Orion Nebula, various Star Clusters.. Galaxies M31 and M32 as well as pointing out numerous constellations and bright stars as well as telling some star-tails from CREWs beautiful Dark-Sky observing site I simply call Star Gazers Field. If you go to the above Star Gazing link it will give you all the information about what you need to bring (don’t forget the blankets!) as well as where CREW Gate 5 is located. Pre-Registration is required so check your calendar for March and include the Night Sky – Star Gazing, in your next family adventure into the Wilds of South West Florida!