Red Rock State Park
Saturday, June 1 7:30 p.m.
Under the dark skies of Red Rock State Park, the Summer Milky Way will be starting to make its way across the night sky. The planet Mars will be high in the sky, and the easily recognizable constellations of Ursa Major, the Big Dipper and Ursa Minor, the Little Dipper will be riding high in the northern sky. The Great Globular Cluster in Hercules, which contains 300,000 stars, will be in full view. For those who like galaxies, the galaxy rich constellations of Whirlpool M51 and Bodes M82 will be in prime viewing position for the telescopes set up for viewing these night sky wonders. This event is sponsored by Keep Sedona Beautiful.
Cookies, “moon juice”, and other complimentary beverages will be provided. Attendance is limited and reservations are required. The program will wrap up by 10:00 pm.
A $5.00 program fee per person is required in addition to the park's regular admission fees; $7.00 per adult (14 and up), $4.00 per youth (7-13), and free for children (0-6). To make reservations, please call (928) 282-6907 beginning May 1st.
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