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  • January ISS Passes

    The International Space Station will have a long series of visible passes through Santa Barbara’s evening skies to round out January.

  • Telescope Tuesday
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    Telescope Tuesday

    Telescope Tuesday at Camino Real Marketplace. Observe the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. It's free. We'll be set up in the plaza by the theater on the fourth Tuesday of each month, weather permitting.

  • Monthly Public Telescope Night
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    Monthly Public Telescope Night

    Westmont Public Telescope Night. See cool stuff in the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the local amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Most months the large telescope at the observatory is also available for viewing, run by the Physics Department at Westmont. Observations are weather permitting, are held on the third Friday of each month, and are free to the public. The observatory is next to the baseball field.

  • Monthly Public Star Party
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    Monthly Public Star Party

    Monthly Public Star Party at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

    See the wonders of the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Star parties are held on the second Saturday of every month, weather permitting, next to Palmer Observatory on the Museum grounds. Admission is free.

  • ISS in December

    The International Space Station will make a few visible passes through Santa Barbara’s evening skies in early December.

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    Monthly Public Telescope Night

    Westmont Public Telescope Night. See cool stuff in the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the local amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Most months the large telescope at the observatory is also available for viewing, run by the Physics Department at Westmont. Observations are weather permitting, are held on the third Friday of each month, and are free to the public. The observatory is next to the baseball field.

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    Monthly Public Star Party

    Monthly Public Star Party at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

    See the wonders of the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Star parties are held on the second Saturday of every month, weather permitting, next to Palmer Observatory on the Museum grounds. Admission is free.

  • Telescope Tuesday
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    Telescope Tuesday

    Telescope Tuesday at Camino Real Marketplace. Observe the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. It's free. We'll be set up in the plaza by the theater on the second Tuesday of each month, weather permitting. For 2020, we'll switch to the fourth Tuesday of each month.

  • November ISS and More

    The International Space Station will make a few visible evening passes through Santa Barbara skies over the next week or so.

  • See the Transit of Mercury

    Our Solar System is shaped like a large disk, as though the Sun were a large potato in the middle of a plate, and the planets are peas rolling around on that plate

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    Transit of Mercury

    Observe the Transit of Mercury across the Sun through safely filtered solar telescopes with the Santa Barbara Astronomical Unit at Camino Real Marketplace. The Sun will rise with Mercury already in transit and the transit will end around 10 AM. If you miss this one, your next chance for seeing a transit of
    Mercury from Santa Barbara won’t occur until May 7, 2049.

  • Monthly Public Telescope Night
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    Monthly Public Telescope Night

    Westmont Public Telescope Night. See cool stuff in the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the local amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Most months the large telescope at the observatory is also available for viewing, run by the Physics Department at Westmont. Observations are weather permitting, are held on the third Friday of each month, and are free to the public. The observatory is next to the baseball field.

  • Telescope Tuesday
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    Telescope Tuesday

    Telescope Tuesday at Camino Real Marketplace. Observe the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. It's free. We'll be set up in the plaza by the theater on the second Tuesday of each month, weather permitting.

    For 2020, we'll move to the fourth Tuesday of each month.

  • Monthly Public Star Party
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    Monthly Public Star Party

    Monthly Public Star Party at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

    See the wonders of the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Star parties are held on the second Saturday of every month, weather permitting, next to Palmer Observatory on the Museum grounds. Admission is free.

  • The ISS for Early Autumn

    The International Space Station will make a few visible evening passes through Santa Barbara skies over the next week or so.

  • Monthly Public Telescope Night
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    Monthly Public Telescope Night

    Westmont Public Telescope Night. See cool stuff in the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the local amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Most months the large telescope at the observatory is also available for viewing, run by the Physics Department at Westmont. Observations are weather permitting, are held on the third Friday of each month, and are free to the public. The observatory is next to the baseball field.

  • Monthly Public Star Party
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    Monthly Public Star Party

    Monthly Public Star Party at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

    See the wonders of the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Star parties are held on the second Saturday of every month, weather permitting, next to Palmer Observatory on the Museum grounds. Admission is free.

  • Telescope Tuesday
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    Telescope Tuesday

    Telescope Tuesday at Camino Real Marketplace. Observe the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. It's free. We'll be set up in the plaza by the theater on the second Tuesday of each month, weather permitting. For 2020, we'll switch to the fourth Tuesday of each month.

  • End of Summer ISS

    The International Space Station will have some nice visible evening passes through Santa Barbara skies to close out Summer.

  • Monthly Public Telescope Night
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    Monthly Public Telescope Night

    Westmont Public Telescope Night. See cool stuff in the night sky through telescopes set up by the Astronomical Unit, the local amateur astronomy club sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Most months the large telescope at the observatory is also available for viewing, run by the Physics Department at Westmont. Observations are weather permitting, are held on the third Friday of each month, and are free to the public. The observatory is next to the baseball field.

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