- On Friday nights during the summer months, the Sommers-Bausch Observatory opens its doors to the public. Explore the universe through 16 and 18-inch telescopes. Gaze at the Milky Way, checking out planets, stars and nebulae. Smaller telescopes and binoculars mounted on tripods allow you to look at the moon and other nearby celestial objects. The sessions usually begin around 9pm and last for approximately two to three hours depending on the weather. Admission is free.
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