It looks to be a beautiful weekend for sidewalk astronomy. Jane and I
will be in Old Town Pasadena tonight, on Colorado Blvd. near Delacey,
from about 6:30 'til 9:30 p.m. We'll be showing the moon, and if you
arrive a little later in the evening, we should have our first looks at
Saturn for this year.
We'll be repeating on Saturday in Monrovia at Myrtle & Lime with our
motley crew of sidewalk astronomers, from 6:00 'til 9:00.
Then on Wednesday evening, February 20th, we plan to have a special
outing in Monrovia for the total lunar eclipse.
The moon will be totally eclipsed from 7:01 p.m. 'til about 7:51 p.m.
For a little over an hour before and after, you'll see the moon moving
into and out of earth's shadow.
If the sky is clear it should be great to see! No telescope required,
but at least one of us will be out at Monrovia at Myrtle & Lime with a
Hope to see you there ...
Old Town Sidewalk Astronomers http://www.otastro.org