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 […]
Check out this blog post by Jackson Hole Traveler: http://blog.jacksonholetraveler.com/stargazing-in-jackson-hole/
Beginning this Thursday, and every Thursday for the rest of the Summer, from 12:45-2:45pm Wyoming Stargazing will be offering FREE Solar Astronomy Programs out in front of Elevated Grounds coffee shop near the Aspen’s Market in Wilson. Come safely check out solar flares, sunspots, and other features on the Sun through our solar telescopes. You […]
This Sunday, March 1st, at 11am, Wyoming Stargazing will be offering a free solar astronomy program outside the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum. Please join us to check out sunspots and solar flares through our high tech solar telescopes.
Wyoming Stargazing is hosting a kick-off event for the Save Our Night Skies Campaign on Thursday, February 19th, beginning at 5:30pm at the Center for the Arts. This event is part of a larger art show at the Center that is being co-sponsored by the Center of Wonder and Wyoming Stargazing. This Upyard Art Show will highlight […]
Weather permitting, Wyoming Stargazing will be offering a free public stargazing program following Bill Nye’s presentation at the Center for the Arts this Thursday, February 5th, from 8pm-9:30pm. We’ll be on the pathway that goes through the field to the south of the Center. Let’s hope for clear skies!!!
If you haven’t already heard the word on the street, starting at about 10:16am directly above Jackson, Wyoming on Monday, August 21st 2017 we’re going to have a total solar eclipse. I know it’s still two and a half years away, but that hasn’t stopped people from all over the world from booking hotels in […]
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 […]
There’s a great article in the JH News and Guide about TEDxJacksonHole. Look closely and you’ll notice that the cover photo was taken by none other than our own Mike Cavaroc, astrophotographer, board member, and webmaster extraordinaire–and why? Because he’s also giving one of the talks! If you have a ticket, we can’t wait for you to watch […]
Are you excited for Jackson Hole’s first ever science festival at the Center for the Arts, Oct. 3-5? Wyoming Stargazing will be there! On Friday at 10 am, after the welcome presentation in the auditorium, Sam Singer will lead a round table activity on Kinesthetic Astronomy, where kids will learn about the phases of the […]
AMK RANCH — Insights on viewing objects in the night skies of Wyoming will be discussed Thursday, Aug. 21, at the University of Wyoming-National Park Service (UW-NPS) Research Center at the AMK Ranch in Grand Teton National Park. The final Harlow Summer Seminars speaker of the 2014 season is Samuel Singer, executive director of Wyoming […]
Last night at the shores of Colter Bay Wyoming Stargazing reached our 1,000th stargazer! In just five short months since we began our programming Wyoming Stargazing has gone from hosting one program a week to hosting on average five programs a week. In additional to our night time stargazing events we are also hosting solar astronomy […]