Astronomy Events

other Land Trust events are herereturn to Astronomy page

Loading Events

« All Events

May 31, 2024 Astronomy Observing Session

May 31 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm


DATE COULD SHIFT BASED ON WEATHER– Virgo is climbing higher in the southern sky along with its neighbor Corvus to the right (west), and Libra to the left (east). Around to the north, the Big Dipper is upside-down high in the sky, seemingly spilling its contents down onto Polaris.

We have several different telescopes that are on display including a 14″ Schmidt-Cassegrain housed in a permanent observatory. Inside the observatory, you can watch deep sky objects grow in detail and full color on a wall-mounted monitor. Public sessions are co-facilitated by one or more of our talented cohort enthusiasts: Mark Borton, Roger Charbonneau Jr, Jon Dean, Jay Drew, Scott Mallory, John Natale, Parag Sahasrabudhe and Alan Sheiness.

Upon registration you will receive a link to directions and observing session guidelines. For questions or comments, please contact us at Young or old, experienced or totally unfamiliar, we look forward to exposing you to our uniquely dark skies here in Lyme.

And if you have a telescope, we encourage you to bring it out. The more, the merrier. Just follow the guidelines in the pdf you receive when you RSVP.

Clear skies!

The Lyme Land Trust Astronomy Group aspires to inspire and pursue the advancement of knowledge of astronomy through public outreach programs including but not limited to observation events, education programs, and presentations about varied astronomical topics by our members and guest speakers.

If you like these programs and you are not currently a Lyme Land Trust Member, please consider joining us using the green Become A Member link at the top of the LLT page.


May 31
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Lyme Land Trust Astronomy
View Organizer Website


Trail 53 Observatory- Details with RSVP

Astronomy Event

10 Going
15 remaining, 5 days left to RSVP