Covington Park Star Gazing

Details

Public

Type: Outreach

Keywords: Covington Park Star Gazing

Held on: Sep 10, 2021 (Fri) at 08:00 PM to Sep 10, 2021 (Fri) at 11:55 PM

Location: 17649 SE 240th St. Covington, WA 98042

Event Coordinator: David W. Ingram

Overview

This Covington Park Star Gazing (outreach event) scheduled for Sep 10, 2021, 08:00 PM is cancelled due to inclement weather.

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Latitude 47.386427, Longitude -122.1050488

More Information

The Seattle Astronomical Society is hosting an evening of star gazing at Covington Community Park to safely observe interesting astronomical objects and to learn about the universe. Astronomers from area astronomical societies have been invited to share telescope views of planets, stars, clusters, galaxies, and other celestial objects of the season.
Please feel free to bring your own equipment and/or monthly star charts.

Questions? Please contact Dave at education@seattleastro.org

Announcements

11 months ago

Cancellation

This Covington Park Star Gazing (outreach event) scheduled for Sep 10, 2021, 08:00 PM is cancelled due to inclement weather.

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