Star Gazing

By Whitney Southwick
|  Wednesday, Aug 19, 2009  |  Updated 6:24 AM PDT
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Star Gazing

Carnegie Museum of Art

"NIght Sky No. 12" = $1.2 million. Seeing a falling star with someone you love = priceless.

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If you're a "star gazer" consider a trip to Julian this weekend.  On August 20, 21, 22 and 23, the mountain town hosts its annual "Starfest".  The skies will be mostly clear at night and there is a new moon so the stars will be their brightest.

During the day there will be science exhibits, space vendors - even a "space swap meet" and at night, astronomers and guest speakers take center stage to teach and explain all about all you'll be able to see in the beautiful night-sky above.  Bring your own telescope or use one of theirs.  That's the Julian Starfest, , starting tomorrow.

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