Andrew Feustel, a geophysicist, NASA astronaut, Michigan native and a community college, Purdue and Queen’s University graduate, was the keynote speaker at “Summer Skies at Macomb” on Friday, June 14, on South Campus. Feustel shared insights from his two trips into space: in 2009 aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis and in 2011 on the final voyage of the Space Shuttle Endeavour. About 600 attended the free event, which marked the debut of the College’s astronomical observatory, located just off the campus’ Martin Road entrance. Other highlights included a planetarium show, a demonstration on space’s frigid temperatures and an interactive play about the constellation Andromeda. After sunset, however, the real star(s) came out and attendees lined up to view the sky from the observatory and on other telescopes provided by the Warren Astronomical Society.