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Interpreted astronomy event at University of Maryland

The public is invited to view the horizons at the University of Maryland Observatory on Saturday, July 20 at 8 p.m. The program will be interpreted.

The observatory's telescopes will be available to visitors, and with clear skies, we should have great views of the moon, Saturn, Antares and perhaps the Mizar/Alcor double star in the Big Dipper.

If you're interested in attending and have friends or family who would like to join you, contact kevin.mcleod@gallaudet.edu. Let us know how many are in your party. Sign up to reserve your spot. First come, first served.

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