International Observe the Moon Night takes place annually in the month of September or October, usually when the moon is most visible for evening observation. First quarter moons make for great viewing of the moon’s crated landscape. The Dupont Planetarium will be open for this year’s International Observe the Moon Night on September 26, 6 – 10pm. Viewing with the Bechtel Telescope in the RPSEC Observatory will be set up (COVID-safe) from 7:30 – 10pm. The planetarium is following safety guidelines and guests must adhere to wearing masks and remaining 6-feet apart.

In addition, the Planetarium shows will be as follows:

6pm     Magic Tree House: Space Mission
7pm     Seven Wonders
8pm     To the Moon and Beyond

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