View the Total Lunar Eclipse occurring the night of January 20. The Delaware Astronomical Society members will be on site with telescopes for maximum viewing of this phenomenal event! The evening begins with activities inside the Museum followed by timed presentations about the lunar eclipse. Afterwards we’ll head outdoors to await first contact of the eclipse at 10:33pm. Totality, when the moon is completely blocked, begins at 11:41pm. Please dress for the weather. Telescopes and binoculars are strongly encouraged as there are a limited number of telescopes available for all participants.
Doors open at 8:30 pm. DAS presentations begin at 9 pm and 9:45 pm followed by viewing the lunar eclipse in the Museum’s backyard.
$5/DMNH Members; $10/Non-Members. Free for children age 2 and under. Registration is closed, however, tickets are available at the door until we reach capacity.