I've always been fascinated by space -- you know, the final frontier. Now, we can get a first hand look at some of the mysteries of our galaxy every Saturday night through the end of May.

Western Connecticut State University in Danbury will host seven Planetarium and Stargazing shows starting on February 25 and continuing through May 20th at the University's Planetarium and Observatory, on the Westside Campus located on Lake Ave. Extension.

According to patch.com, the presentations include a one-hour planetarium show, followed by telescope viewing of the moon, Jupiter, and various star systems.

(Photo by NASA/ESA via Getty Images)
(Photo by NASA/ESA via Getty Images)

Admission is free and everyone is welcome. Shows are recommended for adults and older children. Shows will be canceled in the event of bad weather or when cloud cover prevents viewing.

For more information or to check on conditions for a viewing night, call (203) 837-8672 on the day of the event.

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