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Year-round stargazing and telescope rentals

Wyoming Stargazing

Educating and Inspiring through Wyoming’s Extraordinary Skies

Wyoming Stargazing is a 501(c)3 nonprofit 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."

Important Updates

100 Days Until Totality! 31 Days Left - Jackson Hole as expressed by TetonEclipse.com

100 Days Until Totality! 31 Days Left - Jackson Hole as expressed by TetonEclipse.com

Wyoming’s wild, beautiful, geologically significant, northwestern location on the map encompasses a large and ecologically diverse area more commonly known as Jackson Hole. Within the surrounding Greater Yellowstone Region including Grand Teton National Park the Bridger-Teton National Forest, and National Elk Refuge, rests peaceful, thriving and notably preserved Jackson, Wyoming. A wide[...]
100 Days Until Totality! 32 Days Left - Frequently Asked Solar Eclipse Questions From Teton National Park

100 Days Until Totality! 32 Days Left - Frequently Asked Solar Eclipse Questions From Teton National Park

Q. How can you get the best view of the eclipse? A. We encourage visitors to park along the Gros Ventre Road, on the south end of the park, located in the path of totality. This area is being specifically staffed and managed for visitor parking and viewing of Q. Where will the[...]
100 Days Until Totality! 33 Days Left - MSU's Live Eclipse Broadcast

100 Days Until Totality! 33 Days Left - MSU's Live Eclipse Broadcast

Montana State University is launching numerous balloons along the path of totality into the Earth's upper atmosphere at 100,000 feet to view the solar eclipse from the edge of space. The footage will be streamed live on MSU's website, this is also the first time that a live stream of[...]

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This year Wyoming Stargazing has offered 68 FREE public programs to over 3,000 people.

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