'Sizing up Saturn' at public observatory
May 17, 2012 9:28 AM | Print
Saturn is a wonder to behold through a telescope.
It, along with the craters and smooth plains of our nearest neighbor, the moon and a distant star with its own planets, will be featured in Lake Afton Public Observatory's program "Sizing up Saturn."
The program will be presented on Friday and Saturday evenings, June 1-2, 22-23 and 29-30; July 27-28; and Aug. 24-25 and 31-Sept. 1.
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