Photo from March Constellations & Stars
Credit: Five members of the Zanesville Astronomy Club each received a NASA Night Sky Network pin and Certificate in recognition for attending most every meeting and volunteering during 2020.

Everyone wore their mask and kept the social distancing. We allowed only 2 persons in the observatory at a time. The university did not assign anyone to turn off the lights after many notifications. Although the sky was clear, the predominance of lights surrounding us made even the brightest constellations invisible. This was the first event since February 2020. Those in attendance were excited to see what was happening in the sky, learn about new apps for their phones based on astronomy, and discuss the morning sights. The longest distance traveled to attend was about 40-miles. The children were enjoyable.