Minnesota Night Skies in April
Recommended for all ages
April showers bring May flowers here on the Earth, but did you know there’s also a ladle of water pouring down from the sky? Throughout April the Big Dipper is high overhead and upside down. Come explore this fairly-well known star grouping, along with the galaxies hiding nearby, and the other constellations we can find from this simple shape.
Tune in to Bell Museum Facebook Live on Tuesday, March 22, 12–12:30 pm to catch this event! Don’t forget to bring your questions, as we’ll save time for Q & A.
Be sure to download your own current Minnesota Skies Guide.