Free Perseid Meteor Shower Watch at Bass River State Forest


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Pat Johnson
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August 11, 2020

Wanting for a awesome, dark place to view the Perseid meteor shower? Bass River State Forest is internet hosting a totally free Meteor Shower View on Wednesday, Aug. 12, from 11 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.  Sign up for volunteer “astronomy guide” Wayne Vogel at the Lake Absegami seaside to view the Perseids.
Meteor showers arise when the Earth passes by means of dust launched by a comet.
Deliver a blanket or reclining chair telescopes and binoculars are not essential, but binoculars are desired if you want to see the Andromeda galaxy. Also, if you bring a flashlight, preserve it pointed down at all situations. If you shine a light-weight into someone’s eyes, it will choose some time for them to adjust to the darkness again.
You are required to have on a mask when working with the restroom and when not equipped to be at the very least 6 toes absent from a person outside of your team.
There’s no need to have to sign-up, but if you have any thoughts, connect with the Forest Office at 609-296-1114.  —P.J.

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