Last night (or rather this morning) nearly a hundred space enthusiasts gathered at the Cincinnati Observatory Center to witness the satellite-broadcasted landing of NASA’s rover, Curiosity, on Mars. Children and adults alike were excited to witness Curiosity’s first moments after a successful landing on the red planet. On top of the Curiosity landing excitement, the Cincinnati Observatory Center’s famous 1845 telescope was also a big hit with guests who got to gaze at the moon close-up. Visitors had to have had a blast as the observatory was open until after 2 am! Your Cincinnati professional movers sure would have loved to join in on the space-watching fun, but moving season is still in full effect, which means your Cincinnati relocation service titans here have a bedtime!