The James I. O’Neill High School science department will host its first stargazing evening from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23, on the softball field behind the outfield fence. The event, which will be hosted by meteorologist Joe Rao of News 12, is open to the public.
The teachers and students will have a number of telescopes set up to view the full moon, Jupiter, winter constellations and other features of the night sky. If the evening is overcast, the event will be moved to Thursday, Feb. 25. O’Neill High School is located at 21 Morgan Road in Highland Falls.
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