We had hoped for a potential sidewalk astronomy night tonight in Monrovia, but both the weather and also power outages in Old Town will keep our telescopes safely stored inside.  Next Saturday some of us are going to be at Huntington Library and Gardens Family event:  Astronomy Adventure Night (sorry event is sold out) but there will be at least one astronomer in Monrovia. We'll update if that is cancelled next week.

Tonight, if you do have somewhat clear skies, look for the International Space Station from your own location in southern California:
Time: Sat Oct 13 6:41 PM, Visible: 6 min, Max Height: 61°, Appears: 10° above NW, Disappears: 10° above ESE
Get your own alerts for your own location here, as we don't always post them. https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/
Over and out! Jane
Jane Houston Jones
@jhjones @otastro
My What's Up Oct2018 podcast: Intl #observethemoon Night