Snoqualmie Point Park Star Party

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Public

Type: Star Party

Keywords: Snoqualmie Point Park Star Party

Held on: Jul 30, 2022 (Sat) at 08:00 PM to Jul 30, 2022 (Sat) at 11:55 PM

Sunset Times:

  • Official at 08:44 PM
  • Civil at 09:20 PM
  • Nautical at 10:07 PM
  • Astronomical at 11:04 PM

Lunar Phase:

Location: 37580 Winery Rd, North Bend, WA 98045

Event Coordinator: David W. Ingram

Overview

Beautiful, star spangled Snoqualmie Point Park will be the site of a SAS public star party open to  the public and to all interested persons.. SAS members will be present with telescopes for public viewing, and all attendees are welcome to bring telescopes if they are telescope owners. Since Snoqualmie is about a forty minute drive east of Seattle and away from the city light pollution dimming the universe, the skies are dark and offer a thrilling observing experience, especially for city dwellers accustomed to city light pollution.  The observing experience will be a great new experience for for city dwellers accustomed to seeing the universe only with the interference of city light pollution.  Save this date for a night of wonder and awe open to all!

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Latitude 47.5101909, Longitude -121.8415751

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