Just before Halloween, the International Observe the Moon Night is back for another year.
To celebrate, Western University’s Hume Cronyn Memorial Observatory will be hosting a series of activities as well as an opportunity to “take a boo” at the moon.
Participants will be able to search for aliens and zombies on the moon through the Observatory’s 10-inch telescope.
CSI-Moon investigator, Dr. Phil Stooke, will also be teaching about the process of uncovering mysterious lunar crash sites.
The event will also feature talks from several lunar experts.
Hands-on activities include spooky moon puzzles, model rockets and edible rocks as well as arts and crafts for children.
The event runs Saturday, Oct. 28, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hume Cronyn Memorial Observatory at Western University.