April 2020 will have a moderate meteor shower, the Lyrids on the 22nd, and a week before, early morning sky watchers will have a photographic opportunity! First Quarter Moon: April 1 Full Moon (Pink Moon): April 8 Last Quarter Moon: April 14 … Continue reading April 2020 Sky Report
This month has nothing rare or anything to lose sleep over, except Daylight Savings Time on March 8 will literally make you lose an hour! Continue reading March 2020 Sky Report
What I constantly have to explain to casual beginners. Continue reading Things That are Common Sense To Astronomers but not to Normal People
February will continue the trend of the bright planets putting on a show in the morning. If you’re in California on February 18, you’ll definitely want to check out what happens that morning! First Quarter Moon: February 2 Full Moon (Snow Moon): February 9 Last Quarter Moon: February 15 New Moon: February 23 Featured Constellation Canis Major Latin for “Great Dog,” this constellation is easy to spot thanks to the brightest star in the night sky known as Sirius, which in turn is also nicknamed “the Dog Star.” This bright blue star is often mistaken for a planet, and it’s only bright by … Continue reading February 2020 Sky Report
If anyone tries using Polaris or the stars as proof of a flat earth, here is how you can illustrate how WRONG they are! Continue reading The Stars: The Biggest Case AGAINST a Flat Earth
We make these images for you to enjoy, so you don’t have to! Continue reading Tips on Getting the Most out of Prime Focus Astrophotography
You need a certain type of mount, a good telescope, plus a camera! Continue reading The Things You Need for Prime Focus Astrophotography!
The peak is easy to miss, but the payoff is worth it! Continue reading Look Up! Quadrantids Meteor Shower FAVORS North American Viewers January 4!
Meteor showers, perihelions, and conjunctions, oh my! Continue reading January 2020 Sky Report
Each year will have something different! Continue reading Next Decade’s Best Celestial Event By Year