1st Light Night - 168 Years at the Observatory
On April 14, 1845, Observatory founder Ormsby MacKnight Mitchel took his first look through the Great Cincinnati Telescope, the 3rd largest in the World. Learn the fascinating story of the people who made Cincinnati the "Birthplace of American Astronomy".
There will also be a beautiful conjunction of the Moon with the planet Jupiter and guests that night will be able to view them through the 168 year old telescope (weather permitting).
No reservations are needed. All ages welcome.
Created by DeanRegas
3489 Observatory Pl
Cincinnati, OH 45208