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, planetarium programs, solar astronomy programs, and indoor other astronomy presentations in Jackson Hole and the surrounding area. The vision of Wyoming Stargazing is to create an observatory and planetarium in Jackson Hole.
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.”
September 15, 2018
The first installment of our World Above the Tetons Science Speaker Series was a huge success with over 250 attending! A huge thanks to our sponsors, to everyone who showed up, and to Astronaut Scott for a wonderful presentation. We've just as excited about the next event featuring Jill Tarter, co-founder of Search for Extraterrestrial…
Science Speaker Series Kicks off with Astronaut Scott Altman
September 3, 2018
Wyoming Stargazing is pleased to welcome Astronaut Scott Altman to Jackson this weekend to kick off our World Above the Tetons Science Speaker Series.
It's Old Bill's Time!
September 3, 2018
There are less then two weeks left in the Old Bill's fundraising period. Wyoming Stargazing needs your support in order for us to continue our Save Our Night Skies Campaign to reduce light pollution, to launch our Science Speaker Series, and to offer all the FREE public astronomy programming we facilitate in Jackson Hole. If…
Ways to Support Us
Last year Wyoming Stargazing offered 121 public programs to over 6,000 people. You can help us offer even more next year!