We have a milky sky in Monrovia, but expect the moon to be visible at
least most of the time. So we'll bring some telescopes out to Myrtle &
Lime in Monrovia tonight, maybe with abbreviated hours, given the sky
Our only telescope target will be the moon. Saturn is setting quickly
in the evening twilight, and Jupiter rises just a little too late.
There are a few isolated thunderstorm cells near San Bernardino and
Riverside. If our site looks threatened when I check the radar at about
6:00, we'll call it off.
So it's not a night to make a special trip to look through a telescope.
Save that for next month, when we'll have Jupiter joining the moon.
Old Town Astronomers: http://www.otastro.org