Who is Wyoming Staragazing?

Educating and Inspiring through Wyoming’s Extraordinary Skies

Wyoming Stargazing is a 501(c)3 educational organization based in Jackson Wyoming that is dedicated to educating and inspiring though Wyoming’s extraordinary skies. We facilitate public and private stargazing programs as well as other astronomy presentations in Jackson Hole and the surrounding area.

Wyoming Stargazing was founded by Jackson Hole resident, Dr. Samuel Singer. Samuel received his PhD in Science Education from the University of Wyoming in Laramie. He founded the organization as a way to further his passion for helping others "explore the extraordinary in the ordinary."

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How Color Temperature Affects Light Pollution

How Color Temperature Affects Light Pollution

Recently, there's been a popular move in many cities and towns to retrofit their lighting with LEDs. With cheaper energy use, it seems like a no brainer. What most local governments don't realize, however, is that there are some serious drawbacks to LED lighting if the options are not properly[...]
Fundraising to Save Our Night Skies

Fundraising to Save Our Night Skies

We've just launched a brand new fundraiser to help us begin making a big impact on the light pollution in Jackson! If successful, we'll be able to begin a series of case studies with local businesses in collaboration with Energy Conservation Works, another local nonprofit, to quantitatively measure the light[...]

Ongoing Fundraiser

Excessive Light

Is this too much light for an empty parking lot?

We think so. You can help us right now to reduce excessive and unnecessary lighting in Jackson, Wyoming.