Look at Uranus, Neptune and other Deep Sky Objects
The GRAAA opens the James C. Veen Observatory to the public on the second and last Saturdays of the month (April through October), if the skies are clear. Please call the Starwatch number -[masked] - for updates and the status of a particular night if the weather conditions are questionable. You can also find updated information on our Twitter feed (https://twitter.com/GR_Astronomy) and our Facebook group. (https://www.facebook.com/groups/67889775101/)
Along with the observatory telescopes, association members set up their own telescopes so that visitors can view the splendors of the night sky. Visitors can tour the facility and enjoy an audio-visual presentation about the GRAAA and the James C. Veen Observatory.
Admission for public nights are $3 for Adults, $2 for 17 years and younger, and free for children under 5 years of age.
Check out the GRAAA website for more information http://www.graaa.org/
What you will see at the next the public viewing night at the James C. Veen Observatory