Delaware Hayes students enjoy an homecoming look at the stars


Delaware Hayes High School students met in the morning hours of Oct. 10 — the day of the school’s homecoming dance — to see Venus, Jupiter, Mars, the new Moon and Mercury during a brief period when they were within 30 degrees of each other, just above the eastern horizon. Hayes teachers Thomas Hering, Jane Kovatch, Amanda Morman and David Carpenter organized the event and served the students hot apple cider and doughnuts.

Delaware Hayes High School students met in the morning hours of Oct. 10 — the day of the school’s homecoming dance — to see Venus, Jupiter, Mars, the new Moon and Mercury during a brief period when they were within 30 degrees of each other, just above the eastern horizon. Hayes teachers Thomas Hering, Jane Kovatch, Amanda Morman and David Carpenter organized the event and served the students hot apple cider and doughnuts.


Delaware Hayes High School students met in the morning hours of Oct. 10 — the day of the school’s homecoming dance — to see Venus, Jupiter, Mars, the new Moon and Mercury during a brief period when they were within 30 degrees of each other, just above the eastern horizon. Hayes teachers Thomas Hering, Jane Kovatch, Amanda Morman and David Carpenter organized the event and served the students hot apple cider and doughnuts.

Delaware Hayes High School students met in the morning hours of Oct. 10 — the day of the school’s homecoming dance — to see Venus, Jupiter, Mars, the new Moon and Mercury during a brief period when they were within 30 degrees of each other, just above the eastern horizon. Hayes teachers Thomas Hering, Jane Kovatch, Amanda Morman and David Carpenter organized the event and served the students hot apple cider and doughnuts.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/10/web1_PlanetWatch.jpgDelaware Hayes High School students met in the morning hours of Oct. 10 — the day of the school’s homecoming dance — to see Venus, Jupiter, Mars, the new Moon and Mercury during a brief period when they were within 30 degrees of each other, just above the eastern horizon. Hayes teachers Thomas Hering, Jane Kovatch, Amanda Morman and David Carpenter organized the event and served the students hot apple cider and doughnuts.