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‘Ode to the Stars’ pointed people to Jupiter, Saturn and double stars through a telescopic lens

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  Malden Reads, in collaboration with Ward 4 Councillor Ryan OMalley, presented Ode to the Stars, a fifth annual event, on Saturday night at Waitt’s Mount Park. The night included storytelling, star gazing and entertainment.

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Edgar Ng, 6, drew an alien head.
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Retired engineer/astronomy outreach enthusiast Robert Toop looked at spots on the sun through a telescope.
Pictured from left to right: cohosts Julie Cohen, Linda Zalk and Elena Martinez, all of Malden Reads, read stories to children during story time on Saturday night at Waitt’s Mount Park.
Astronomer Corey Mooney said he could see star clusters and a new moon with a telescope during Saturday’s Ode to the Stars event at Waitt’s Mount Park.
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Neil Umakanth, 6, played with a solar system display.
Astronomer James McLaren could see Saturn and double stars through his telescope.
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The alien was stuck all alone.
Malden resident Hana Haddouche, 7, looked for stars through a telescope during the 5th annual Ode to the Stars at Waitt’s Mount Park Saturday night.
Astronomer Michael O’Shea said he could see Jupiter and Saturn with a telescope.
Shown from left to right: astronomy enthusiasts Michael O’Shea and Sapana Thomas with guests Jessica Varga, Robert Hayes, Joseph Zhou, Christine Menschner and Ward 4 Councillor/event cohost Ryan O’Malley.
Shown from left to right: entertainment was provided by Neal Itzler on guitar, spoken word artist CD Collins and David Weigert on percussion.
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Malden resident Liana Neville designed the space shuttle control room artwork.
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Malden residents William and Jocelyn Alberto, 5, made alien heads.

(Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

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