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More than 500 people gathered to witness Las Perseidas (Tears of San Lorenzo)in the Castillo de San Jose in Arecife on Saturday. This is the biggest rain of stars during the summer
Its undoubtedly one of the most attractive astronomical appointments of all that are organized throughout the year but unfortunateley this time, the weather was not very favorable and only a fleeting of scattered stars could be seen. However all was not lost and through strategically located high-power telescopes you could see the planet Jupiter and its moons and the rings of Saturn . There was also an explanatory talk in which showed the constellations visible that night. The next observation night will be of Saturn in the Milky Way and will be held on September 22 from 20:30 hours. All these activities are free entry and are part of the astronomical observation project organized by the Department of Culture of the City of Arrecife, directed by Rafael Juan González, in collaboration with Astronomy Lanzarote.