Starry Night

. October 30, 2013.
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Calling all local astronomy buffs: from sunset ‘till midnight, join the Peach Mountain Observatory for a look at the sky through the center's high-tech instruments. Participants are invited to use the observatory’s huge, 24-inch McMath Telescope. Program will be cancelled if the sky is overcast or if there is inclement weather; if in doubt, call 734-975-3248 after 4pm the day of the event. Participants are encouraged to bring their own telescopes.

Sunset. Free. Peach Mountain Observatory, North Territorial Rd., about 1 mile west of Hudson Mill Metropark, Dexter.  734-975-3248. umich.edu

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