Just look up. The 18th Annual Astronomy Festival, hosted by Bryce Canyon’s Astronomy Rangers and local Astronomical Societies, will be held June 26-29. Experience the grandeur of the earth and the heavens (here’s looking at you, Milky Way) first-hand through provided telescopes and illuminating information from star experts. A special telescope allows you to explore the center of our galaxy, old Sol itself. Introduce your kids to model rocket buildings, learn how light pollution is killing our dark skies and what “night” really means. Make sure to participate in Astronomy Ranger Angie Richman’s constellation tour as she regales attendees with ancient stories about the constellations and how they earned their celestial names; childlike wonder provided free by the universe.
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