A few of our sidewalk astronomers will be out at Myrtle and Lime Street Saturday night for a few hours, say 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

I'll sit this one out since I'm a few days post hip-replacement surgery -- healing well, but not up to telescope viewing yet.

If you can't get out or are clouded out, have a look at the moon phases in this month's What's Up Video: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/…/…/11/03/whats-up-november-2015

I've also started a new feature - the Star Tool Box.  It's a work in progress right now, but contains supplementary info about the topic of each monthly video.  So for November, not only can you print out a star chart(a few, actually) showing you the Apollo landing site locations on the moon, you can also find the Apollo Mission patches, landing site geology, and more. Here's the link: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/startoolbox

Hope you join us under the moonlight or at the armchair for some lunar sights.

Jane Houston Jones
Monrovia, CA @jhjones
What's Up #101 Moon Phases, Apollo landing sites