Enjoying Globular Clusters

Posted On May 24, 2007

At the June 12th meeting of the Big Bear Valley Astronomical Society, Paul Littlecoyote will present “Enjoying Globular Clusters”. Globular star clusters are easily visible to observers with even binoculars and small telescopes. A couple can even be seen with the unaided eye. Littlecoyote’s Powerpoint presentation will demonstrate how to find, observe and get the most out of these objects. Observation with the Celestron Nexstar 11 in StarGazers Inn’s Observatory will follow.

BBVAS meetings are held at 8pm on the second Tuesday each month at the StarGazers Inn & Observatory, 717 Jeffries Road (behind the Middle School), Big Bear Lake, CA. Stargazing follows the presentation. Guests are invited to bring their own binoculars and telescopes or they may be assisted with StarGazers’ and BBVAS member equipment. Meetings are free and open to the public. All ages are welcome. Seating is limited. Please call 909-878-4496 for reservations and more information.

See you under starry skies. Where you come as a guest and leave as a friend. Your friend at StarGazers Inn,

Doreen Wiggins, Innkeeper