This cosmic event hosted by the Sudekum Planetarium promises to be an astronomical — not to be confused with astrological, there are no tarot cards involved — treat for stargazers. Devoid of city lights, the summer sky should clearly depict some of mythology’s most famous faces, including the vainglorious Queen Cassiopeia and Schwarzenegger’s strongman rival Hercules. Constellations aside, viewers can expect to see different planetary systems and, with a little luck, a shooting star or two. In addition to bringing telescopes and optical enhancers of the like, partygoers are encouraged to bring a copy of the planetarium’s star chart and a red flashlight — à la Bond-vision — to aid them in their celestial scavenger hunt. Anybody and everybody — “whether you have a degree in astrophysics or you don’t know which end of the telescope to look in” — is welcome to come.