As part of a summer sequence of public observations, NKU faculty will be taking some telescopes down to Big Bone Lick State Park on this and other Fridays.
In the afternoon, we'll be at the visitor center and have telescopes fitted with solar filters so we can look at the sun. The plan is to start observations earlier this time, around 2, because the park museum closes at 4.
In the evening, we'll be at the campground. We'll be able to start looking at things after sunset, so show up around 9 (by this point we might be able to begin a little earlier) if you're just interested in observing. We'll leave about 11.
(Image Credit: «Milkyway» by Rachel Hanes [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/)], via Flickr)