The Summer Triangle is marked in the sky by a bright star in each of the three constellations: Cygnus, the Swan; Aquila, the Eagle; and Lyra, the Harp.
Each constellation contains beautiful and mysterious objects: colorful stars, the remains of an exploded star, a black hole. We'll learn about the Greek mythology behind these constellations. As a bonus, we'll find the current location of Comet NEOWISE.
Friday, July 31, 2020 - 7:00 to 7:30 pm.
Jeffrey Miller is an astronomer at St. Lawrence University and a member of the Adirondack Sky Center board.
This lecture is now over. A recording is available on our YouTube channel.