Wind isn’t usually the astronomer’s friend but it worked on Saturday night to blow in the largest group of young Novae observers we’ve seen in some time! Although the wind was blowing the cloud over it was also blowing the telescopes about and it was a bit too windy to do any viewing. A smaller group of older Supernovae kids gathered inside out of the wind to learn about eclipses, how to convert Universal Time to local time and to refresh their knowledge on celestial coordinates.