It was a great night for the public to do some astronomy with the members of the Astronomical Society of New Haven. Last night at the Bethany observatory, about twenty enthusiastic stargazers looked through two of Bethany’s telescopes. Spectacular images of Jupiter (which were caught on video). Several of It’s moons were visable, along with a special treat of the “great red spot” transiting across it’s surface. The shadow of one of it’s moons was visable just below the red spot. As soon as I have time I will stack a few hundred images off of the video and make a high resolution still image that I will post. Here are some pictures from last night. Now, to get a little sleep today. Then it is off to the town of Sprague, Ct. for a public outreach program for their library.