Believe it or not, there’s a reality show full of stars that dazzles viewers and increases their IQ every time they watch it: It’s called the evening sky. Operating on the belief that nature provides the best entertainment (if you know where and how to look), the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (1600 Gendy St) will host its first Star Party of summer 2013 beginning at dusk this Saturday (June 15). Telescopes will be set up in the Museum’s south parking lot, and staffers will be on hand to share their astronomical expertise with adults and kids alike. Best of all, it’s free and no pre-registration is required. This is an excellent way to spend a warm summer night hobnobbing with your fellow Fort dwellers, pondering the tininess of planet Earth in the vast and beautiful complexity of the cosmos.