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Bandelier's Second Annual Night Sky Fiesta is coming up at light speed, Thursday June 2 through Saturday, June 4. There will be solar scopes during daytime, guest speakers, and then giant telescopes in the evenings providing chances to enjoy Bandelier's very dark skies. On Thursday, June 2, there will be solar viewing at the Bandelier Visitor Center from 11 AM - 3 PM. At 8:30 PM at the Juniper Campground amphitheater guest speaker Kara Baker, NASA Near Earth Asteroid Observer, will provide a talk on Volcanism in Our Solar System, which will be followed by telescope viewing until around 11:30 PM. Friday, June 3, will also provide solar viewing at the Bandelier Visitor Center from 11 AM - 3 PM. At 8:30 at the Juniper Campground amphitheater there will be another guest speaker (to be announced), followed by telescope viewing until around 11:30 PM On the Fiesta's last day, Saturday, June 4, the solar viewing will be longer, 11 AM - 4 PM. The 8:30 PM guest speaker is well-known astronomer Fraser Cain, publisher of Universe Today and producer of the Astronomy Podcast; he will be speaking on Golden Age of Astronomy, followed by telescope viewing until around 11:30 PM. Visitors arriving at the park between 9 AM and 3 PM each day need to remember to catch the free shuttles from the county Visitor Center in White Rock. Those coming to the evening programs at Juniper Campground should park in the portion of the amphitheater parking area that is farthest from the amphitheater, since the telescopes will be located in the section closer to the amphitheater.







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