We’re shucking off the frigid, snow, and downright dismal weather, and looking forward to sunshine longer days, and warmer temperatures as we move into a season of rebirth during the Vernal Equinox, at least here in the North. Join Slooh on March 20th, as we celebrate the arrival of Spring here in the Northern Hemisphere, with our partner, the Old Farmer’s Almanac.

The Equinoxes, both those in Spring and in Fall, not only shepherd in a brand new season, but also mark the two days a year when the day and night are equal. We’ll be joined by Slooh Astronomer, Bob Berman, who will tell us all about the phenomenon that makes this possible while gazing on live views of our Sun from Prescott Observatory in Arizona.

Plus, witness a special event in the night sky – the glow of the Zodiacal Light. We’ll explain this amazing natural spectacle as we watch space dust from the zodiacal cloud be illuminated with rays of sunlight forming over the horizon!

Get ready to learn and laugh as you join us for this special event!