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, who 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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Save Our Night Skies Video

Save Our Night Skies

Find out why we're minimizing light pollution in the area, why it benefits everyone, and how you can help.

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Snow King Observatory Video

Snow King Observatory

Catch up on the latest developments and updates regarding both the Snow King and Brooks Lake Lodge Observatories.

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Our Mission

Recent Posts

September 15, 2018

Huge Success!

The first installment of our World Above the Tetons Science Speaker Series was a huge success with over 250 attending!…

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September 3, 2018

Science Speaker Series Kicks off with Astronaut Scott Altman

Wyoming Stargazing is pleased to welcome Astronaut Scott Altman to Jackson this weekend to kick off our World Above the…

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How to Support Us

Last year Wyoming Stargazing offered 92 FREE public programs to over 5,000 people. You can help us offer even more next year!

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