The Young Observers group had clear skies for their March meeting on Saturday night and had a fantastic view of the nearly first quarter Moon as a result. The younger Novae learnt about the planets around Trappist-1 with James and put together a flip-book of the Moon’s phases. The older Supernovae group did an exercise where they tried to name the maria or “seas” of the Moon that were visible on the night then they took advantage of the clear skies to try and find some deep sky objects using the planispheres.