Light pollution is a growing problem that is affecting communities around the world. The excessive and unnecessary use of artificial light is causing unwanted brightness and glare in the night sky, leading to a range of negative impacts on the environment. In this blog post, we will explore the reasons why we need to reduce […]
Categoría: Historias de observación de estrellas
Eclipse solar total
During the fall of 2017, Jackson was lucky enough to see a total solar eclipse. We were able to see a solar eclipse when the Moon was located directly in a straight line between the Sun and the Earth.
Stargazing in Jackson hole
High Elevation, Predictable Weather and Dark Skies make Jackson hole is one of the best places for stargazing. this is why you should add viewing the universe to your list of things to do.
End of the Year Appeal Deal
This year we are focusing our end of the year appeal on our JEDI in STEM Mentorship & Scholarship Program to get Opportunity Youth into STEM!
¡Observación de estrellas virtual con Brian Keating y Deep Astronomy!
El jueves pasado, el Dr. Sam y el Dr. Mike fueron invitados a hacer un programa virtual de observación de estrellas con el profesor de astronomía Brian Keating y Tony Darnell de Deep Astronomy. Tuvimos algunas dificultades técnicas al principio, pero terminamos teniendo un gran programa en general. Puede ver el programa completo haciendo clic en […]
¡La campaña Save Our Night Skies es reconocida a nivel nacional!
Parade Magazine selected Wyoming Stargazing’s Save Our Night Skies Campaign as the state of Wyoming’s example of an Earth Saving Project for this year’s Darth Day. They picked only one project for each of the 50 states and they picked us! Check it out!
Carrera divertida de Old Bill
WHAT IS OLD BILL?S? Twenty-one years ago, an anonymous, philanthropic couple, fondly known as Mr. and Mrs. Old Bill, envisioned a collaborative event to support local nonprofits. For the first time, organizations came together in an efficient, unified fundraiser that raised awareness of community needs. Over the last two decades, more than $146 million has […]
¡Un par de semanas emocionantes!
It’s been an exciting couple of weeks at Wyoming Stargazing. We’ve set up the Dark Sky Pavilion and Planetarium a couple of times for Madness Days at Melvin Brewing and at Base Camp for Wilderness Adventures at Snow King. We also had the great privilege to offer stargazing programs for some really amazing people including […]
“¿Tu próximo viaje? Está escrito en las estrellas "
Wyoming Stargazing was featured in a NY Times article today about stargazing in the western hemisphere. Astrotourism is a rapidly growing industry and Wyoming Stargazing is honored to be a big part of sharing the Cosmos with the public. Read more…
Programa de Astronomía número 1000
Earlier this week our Executive Director, Dr. Samuel Singer, led Wyoming Stargazing’s 1,000th astronomy program since our very first program in March of 2014. We’ve come a long way since that first, cold, winter night at the Stilson Parking Lot. We’d like to thank everyone who has helped us along the way from folks who […]
¡100 días hasta la totalidad! ¿Quedan 50 días? Fotografía Parte 3: Para obtener la foto con el Grand Teton
Want to capture the eclipse and the Grand Teton in the same frame? It?s going to be tough, considering the Sun will be at an elevation of 50° above the horizon. With a wide enough angle lens, there are a few spots you can capture the Grand Teton in the same frame as the eclipse. […]
1% para el Teton Video Blitz
Vote Early for Wyoming Stargazing! Wyoming Stargazing, along with three other nonprofits, were selected for this year’s 1% for the Tetons Video Blitz. The nonprofit whom receives the most votes this Friday night will receive a $6,000 grant from 1% for the Tetons! Please attend, enjoy the festivities, watch the short 3-5 min films, and […]