Giant Jupiter has returned to the evening skies, and the Cincinnati Observatory is ready to help you spot the planet on January 31!
Learn all about Jupiter, its blustery hurricanes, its shrinking red spot, and its 67 moons. Then view Jupiter’s cloud tops and four largest moons through the oldest telescope in the U.S. and marvel at the craters of our own Moon through portable telescopes (weather permitting).
It all takes place at the Cincinnati Observatory, 3489 Observatory Place, on Jan. 31 from 8 – 10 p.m. Cost is only $7 per person. Call 513-321-5186 or visit cincinnatiobservatory.org for more details.