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Presentación de astronomía del viernes

Come and find out why Jackson should build a public observatory! University of Wyoming Astronomer and Director of the Jelm Mountain Observatory, Dr. Chip Kobulnicky, will present a program entitled: “Wyoming’s Skies: A Gateway to Life, the Universe, and Everything”. In this pictorial presentation, Dr.Chip Kobulnicky will describe how backyard enthusiasts can contribute to modern […]

¡Eclipse lunar total esta noche!

Well, late tonight or early tomorrow morning. Penumbra starts at 2:15 am tonight, totality begins at 4:25 am and ends at 5:25 am, and dawn will break before the moon is fully out of the earth’s shadow next morning! This is the second “blood moon” of the four happening this year and next, approximately one […]

Manteniendo los cielos oscuros de Jackson Hole

On Monday, April 28th at 6pm, local nature and wildlife photographer, Mike Cavaroc, will give a public presentation on the subject of light pollution and how it affects Jackson Hole. Specifics on the subject involve how it affects the region and local wildlife, how to implement affordable solutions, certification from the International Dark Sky Association […]

Presentamos el nuevo sitio web de Wyoming Stargazing

Welcome to the new website for Wyoming Stargazing! We’ve got an entirely new look and feel, and even a new logo. We’re now poised to bring you much more information and events and are even gearing up to take on the light pollution emitted from the Jackson Hole area, so expect lots more information and […]

Bienvenido al blog oficial de Wyoming Stargazing

Explore the Extraordinary in the Ordinary! We are very excited to introduce the new nonprofit organization Wyoming Stargazing. Based in Jackson Hole Wyoming we are dedicated to providing everyone with opportunities to explore the night sky. Check back here soon for updates about our programs and our latest projects. We’ll periodically let you know what […]