RIT Observatory Holds Open House Sept. 28

The event is free and open to the public




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Stargazers gather at the RIT Observatory, on John Street in Henrietta.

Stargazers are invited to view the gibbous Moon and two planets in our outer solar system, the gas giants Neptune and Uranus, at the Rochester Institute of Technology Observatory from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Sept. 28, weather depending.

The RIT Observatory is located at 645 John St., near the intersection of John Street and Bailey Road.

Check the observatory webpage for status updates at www.rit.edu/cos/observatory/.

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Joe Pow

Stargazers gather at the RIT Observatory, on John Street in Henrietta.