FALL EQUINOX TOMORROW: Alice’s sunset watch is on!

Fall officially arrives early tomorrow – 1:22 am our time- and yes, West Seattle’s own NASA Solar System Ambassador Alice Enevoldsen has confirmed this morning that she WILL help you welcome the new season with her 26th seasonal-sunset-watch event at Solstice Park tomorrow night. Be there by 6:30 pm Wednesday to (among other fun and educational things) see how the sunset lines up with the park’s special markers – which were not on hand for the summer solstice, due to restoration work, but, we are told, have since been returned. Solstice Park is east of the north end of Lincoln Park; Alice’s website AlicesAstroInfo.com has directions. See you there! (WSB photo from Alice’s 2014 fall-equinox event)

2 Replies to "FALL EQUINOX TOMORROW: Alice's sunset watch is on!"

  • JKB September 22, 2015 (9:34 pm)

    An equinox party at Solstice park?

    • WSB September 22, 2015 (9:46 pm)

      Yup. More than five years now, she’s there every first sunset following a solstice and every first sunset following an equinox. The park has markers for all the phases, where the setting sun lines up .. when it’s visible. Hard to tell from the forecast how things will shake out tomorrow! – TR

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