A Year of Stargazing
Whether sunset finds you gazing heavenward on a crisp September evening or a balmy April night, stargazing is an experience you can look forward to all year round. Kick back around the campfire and identify the constellations. Drag a chair outside and experience a solar eclipse. Lie out on the roof and catch a meteor shower. Whatever you do, take a moment to appreciate the natural wonders above, the twinkling light that's traveled millions of miles to reach your eyes.
Late Summer and Autumn Events
Spot elusive planets and catch an eclipse if you can.
Fall and Winter Events
Planets rise, meteors shower, and on Christmas, the sun disappears.
An introduction to astronomy for your little rising stars.
Take a Closer Look
Pick out the best pair for your neck of the woods and take a closer look at the cosmos.
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication