Our May Star Party will be on Tuesday, May 2nd. The highlight of the evening will be a spectacular view of Jupiter with its four largest moons. Our own moon, some planetary nebula, double stars, and other space objects will also be visible.
In the event of rain, the alternate weather date is Thursday, May 4th. The event will be held from sunset to 9 PM. Viewings are free and open to the public. Members of the Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas will provide a variety of telescopes available for viewing the night sky. In addition, participants are encouraged to bring their own personal telescopes and binoculars.