Nothing will stop your intrepid Sidewalk Astronomers from delivering
telescopic eye candy. Not even Halloween!
Tonight, Friday the 30th we'll be at One Colorado in Pasadena. Now we always
set up our telescopes "someplace" between Fair Oaks and Pasadena Avenues,
but tonight we're going to be as close to or in the courtyard of One
Colorado to support the Spitzer Science Center's exhibit. They are part of
the 3-week Pasadena Arts and Ideas Festival. So stop by and join us, and
check out the Spitzer Ask A scientist station, images and videos too!
Saturday night, we "hope" to be on our Myrtle and Lime corner in Monrovia
with just a couple telescopes. Most of our gang will be doing sidewalk
astronomy in their own neighborhoods, so it might just be the two of us. But
no matter how many telescopes the view will be BOO-tiful!
Finally, before the links, here is my annual spooky astronomical observing
list. Hope it's not too scary!
Pasadena Arts and Ideas Oct 23-Nov 9th
Spitzer Science Center and One Colorado presents Fri and Saturday night
(next weekend too):
All day long: Images from NASA in the courtyard
Dusk to 10pm with short videos, demonstrations, "Ask an Astronomer"
Dusk to 9:30 Friday night, probably not on Halloween night.Astronomers on
Colorado Blvd entrance to One Colorado
Jane Houston Jones
Senior Outreach Specialist, Cassini Program
JPL - 4800 Oak Grove Drive, MS 230-205
Pasadena, CA 91109 818-393-6435
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