Friday, June 10, 2016
Our astronomy club put on a Moonwatch tonight, at an elementary school about 40 miles away. We have been here before and it's always rewarding. The parents, children, and teachers are always so thankful for us showing them some of the most spectacular things in the heavens: the Moon, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn. It is wonderful to see elementary school children, who have never looked through telescopes before, see these magnificent objects. And the parents are as amazed as the children are. Everyone was so thankful for us coming there. There is not much that is more rewarding to all of us than that.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 9:19 PM