See How Many Constellations You Can Find

Posted on July 13th, 2012 by Lara

Join the GRD and Granville High School Science teacher, Michael Bait in the first ever Become A Stargazer night. This event is open to all free of charge. Michael Bait will be there with two telescopes to explain the night sky and lead you in this star gazing experience.

Stargazing often intimidates beginners because the sky itself is so complex. The number of objects visible to the unaided eye is impressive — and overwhelming. The night sky is divided into 88 constellations, most of which are visible from the United States at different times of the year. On a clear, moonless night, a thousand or more stars are visible.

Children ages 12 and under must have parental supervision.
Where: Granville Intermediate School, *Park in the front of the building and walk to the back parking lot.
Bring: Binoculars
No registration required.