The weather looks lovely for sidewalk astronomy tonight and tomorrow.
The weekend features a lovely first-quarter moon and Jupiter.
Tonight we'll be looking for space near the Barnes & Noble on Colorado
Blvd., between Delacey and Pasadena Ave. It's Harry Potter release
night, we like to try to expand on some of the astronomical themes from
the books for all the young wizards and muggles.
Tomorrow night we'll be at our usual corner in Monrovia, at Library
Park, Myrtle & Lime.
Drop by and say hello!
Jane's great monthly video "What's Up" is still available from the JPL
web site. We're both delighted that it's been featured for the past
week on the main NASA home page as well, at <http://www.nasa.gov/>.
If you use iTunes, you can subscribe to the free NASA podcasts from JPL,
and have her two-minute monthly video downloaded automatically. It's
fun watching it on my iPod. :)
This link goes directly to this month's video:
And the current one is always available here:
Old Town Astronomers: http://www.otastro.org