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Minnesota Night Skies in March
Tuesday | February 22, 2022 | 12:00 pm–12:30 pmFree
Recommended for all ages
The brightest star in the night sky remains high above the horizon in March, join us as we explore the sky around Sirius, the Dog Star. Using its bright light we can find dozens of different deep sky objects, and a host of other constellations. If you’re not a dog person, don’t despair! Our early spring sky features the magnificent Leo, who can help us spot magnificent galactic clusters.
Don’t forget to bring your questions, as we’ll save time for Q & A.
Be sure to download your own current Minnesota Skies Guide: https://www.bellmuseum.umn.edu/star-map