Brigham Young University's Astronomical Society will host "Constellations of the Night Sky" Friday, June 3.
The presentation will begin at 7:30 p.m. and again at 8:30 in the Summerhays Planetarium, 492 Eyring Science Center. Admission is $1 and is open to the public."Constellations of the Night Sky" is a regular lecture given on the first Friday of each month. It focuses on the constellations that will appear and those that will no longer be visible during the month, said Irvin Bassett, planetarium director.
Weather permitting, the campus observatory telescope will be open to the public for sky-watching following the lecture.
For more information, contact the Summerhays Planetarium at 378-5396.