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Fort Wayne Astronomical Society, General Meeting Tuesday, June 18 , 7:30pm, University of Saint Francis Schouweiler Planetarium.
Free public observing every clear Saturday night, April through November, at our new location, Jefferson Township Park.
Program: The Transit of Venus and why it is was the most important event in science history. By Dr. Dan Corian, P.h.D. Department of Mathermatical Sciences, Indiana=
Purdue University Fort Wayne. The June Night Sky: Mercury, Venus and Jupiter form a slanting straight line in the west-northwest the first days of June. Look
about 30 minutes after sunset. Jupiter soon drops out of sight, while Mercury gradually climbs as high as it will all year before it
starts dropping. Venus shines brightly all month. Saturn will be fairly high in the south all month. New moon: June 8.
Summer solstice: June 21. by June Gladfelter