Comet NEOWISE has turned out to be the most charismatic comet in the last decade. Over the next few nights it’s going to get higher and higher in the sky. If you haven’t checked it out yet, you really should. It’s easily visible to the naked eye from Jackson and from most of the Northern […]
Once you get hooked on stargazing by looking through one of our huge telescopes in Jackson Hole and you’re planning on another adventure somewhere out West check out the night sky with other seasoned professionals. In the Aspen area in Colorado you can join Star Party LLC.
¡La primera entrega de nuestra serie de oradores de ciencia El mundo por encima de los Tetons fue un gran éxito con más de 250 asistentes! Un gran agradecimiento a nuestros patrocinadores, a todos los que asistieron y al astronauta Scott por una presentación maravillosa. Estamos igualmente entusiasmados con el próximo evento con Jill Tarter, cofundadora de Search for Extraterrestrial […]
Wyoming Stargazing se complace en dar la bienvenida al astronauta Scott Altman a Jackson este fin de semana para dar inicio a nuestra serie de oradores científicos World Above the Tetons.
Come on down to the Eco Fair at Phil Baux Park (base of Snow King Mountain this Saturday) from 12pm-5pm to check out the Dark Sky Pavilion and some digital full dome movies inside our planetarium. We’ll be powering the Dark Sky Pavilion and the planetarium using Creative Energies solar trailer. Let’s hope for sunshine! […]
In need of more solar stoke? If you?re hoping to become an eclipse expert, or sticking around for the big day, get involved with the following public eclipse presentations, expert talks, and public pop-ups. 1. Meet Wyoming Stargazing?s Executive Director THIS WEEK. Samuel Singer, PhD. will be offering a presentation on the Solar Eclipse on […]
Ready to make the most out of your eclipse experience? The ultimate eclipse parties, gatherings, and meet and greets are lined up here for you! Take a look at the following local events that will make your eclipse expectations extra stellar. 1. Pre-Eclipse Party with a NASA Astronaut! Wyoming Stargazing presents a unique nighttime opportunity […]
We are 5 months out today from the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse on August 21st! If you haven’t already been able to attend one of the public eclipse presentations offered by our Executive Director Dr. Samuel Singer, please check our events calendar for more eclipse presentations scheduled over the next several months. Beginning on May […]
December 21st, the Winter Solstice, is an astronomical phenomenon marking the shortest day and the longest night of the year when, often considered the ?extreme of winter.? Worldwide, interpretation of the event varies across cultures. Many come together to recognize rebirth involving holidays, festivals, gatherings, rituals, and more. In Jackson Hole, annual festivities are held […]
Both town and county voted in our revised LDRs! We’re now one step closer to becoming a Dark Sky Certified community! Look for a future blog post to see what that means and what the next steps are. But in the meantime, it’s time for a celebration! Party with the Perseids! When: Thursday, August 11th, […]
When will it happen? September 27th at approximately 8pm will mark the fourth and final blood moon in a series of a four across a quick, two-year span. The three previous occurred on April 15 2014, October 8 2014, and April 4, 2015. What is a lunar eclipse and why is the Moon going to turn […]
Consulte esta publicación de blog de Jackson Hole Traveler: http://blog.jacksonholetraveler.com/stargazing-in-jackson-hole/