For a couple of new moons in the spring we get a chance to see up and out of the Milky Way, with a clear view of the universe unobstructed by the light pollution thrown off by our galaxy. That gives us our best opportunity to see other galaxies, and in this talk we'll explore their varieties and how best to view them.
This talk is a little more focused than our Intro talks but not more difficult to understand, so its still accessible to people with no prior experience or education in astronomy.
It's all happening at Houge Park, in San Jose. Building # 1 is at the north end of the park, near the parking lot, and near the tennis courts, off Twilight Drive.
More details and past presentations can be found here:
Hope to see you there!