Steve & Debbie Russell's Telescope Clinic
Beginning mid October: Jupiter no longer well-placed for evening viewing
Beginning mid November: Saturn no longer well-placed for evening viewing
Friday - Sunday May 22 -24 Twin Lakes Camp, Family Camp
Wednesday May 27 Hoosier Burn Camp
Sunday - Tuesday June 14 - 16 Twin Lakes Camp, High School #1
Saturday June 20 Tippecanoe River State Park
Sunday - Tuesday June 28 - 30 Twin Lakes Camp, High School #2
Sunday - Tuesday July 12 - 14 Twin Lakes Camp, High School #3
Beginning late July - Jupiter well-paced for viewing just after sunset
Beginning early August - Saturn well-placed for viewing just after sunset
Saturday July 25 Tippecanoe River State Park
Saturday August 22 Tippecanoe River State Park
Beginning late November - Jupiter & Saturn no longer well-placed for evening viewing
December 20 at 6 PM - Jupiter & Saturn with only 8' separation
Contact us about your event!
Stargazing events are weather dependent.
We also provide stargazing opportunities to scouts, school groups, and camps for some really special kids, etc., etc., etc.
You get more “eyepiece time” if you invite us to your event, small or large. Darker locations usually permit seeing “faint fuzzies” (star clusters, nebulae, and far-away galaxies), but bright, city events are limited to the Moon and bright planets.