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Tag: Jupiter

The Moon surface as seen via the Adler's Doane Observatory in April 2017.

Adler Skywatch: July 2019

Monday July 1st
Karen Donnelly

Header Image: Moon surface taken by the Adler’s Doane Observatory on April 7, 2017. The nation celebrates the 50th anniversary of NASA’s Apollo 11 mission this month, July 2019. It was 50 years ago on July 20 when humans first set foot on Earth’s natural satellite. It’s a big month for the Moon astronomically as well. This […]

A skywatcher gazing up at the night sky.

Adler Sky Observing 101: Where to Go

Tuesday June 18th
Michelle Nichols

Interested in observing the night sky but not sure where to start? No worries! We’ve compiled the following list of sky observing locations and organizations for you to use as your guide. Please check with relevant local authorities regarding any required fees, overnight use, availability, etc. Places to Go 606 TRAIL The western entrance of […]

Man looking through a pair of telescopes into Chicago's night sky.

Adler Skywatch: June 2019

Saturday June 1st
Karen Donnelly

The longest days and shortest nights of the year—for Earth’s Northern Hemisphere, anyway—take place this month, June 2019. The first day of summer for the Northern Hemisphere occurs on the solstice, at 10:54 am CDT on the 21st. It’s the longest day of the year, with the Sun rising very early and setting very late. […]

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