Category | Observing

By StarStryder on June 20, 2017 in

The Great North American Eclipse is coming to darken your world. (At least if your world will have you in North America on August 21). CosmoQuest was designed by a team of people who get rained on a lot, so all our science efforts rely on an internet archives instead of on new observations. This […]

By Susie Murph on January 17, 2017 in

Our friends over at Universe Today have published a free book detailing 101 events you can observe in the upcoming year. Written by David Dickinson, the book contains all the predictable events coming up: the occultations, the eclipses, the meteor showers, the equinoxes, the super-moons and mini-moons. Every significant event coming up in 2017. In […]

By llebofsky on January 9, 2017 in

What is citizen science? The CosmoQuest website has this definition: “Put simply, citizen science is any science done by everyday people that has the potential to lead to new understanding of the universe we share. This can vary from people studying Earth’s climate change by recording when the first flowers bloom, to studying weather on […]

By Susie Murph on January 3, 2017 in

The American Astronomical Society (AAS) Solar Eclipse Task Force is pleased to announce a program of small grants to fund programs and activities aimed at engaging the public with the solar eclipse that will cross the continental US from coast to coast on August 21, 2017. They anticipate funding 20 to 50 grants in the […]

By ktseery on November 4, 2016 in

Here’s your latest issue of What’s New? Your Monthly Astronomy News. #KtSeery #WhatsNew For more information on these stories: Uranus moons: Juno Jupiter: MAVEN Mars in UV: MAVEN water escaping: Heartbeat stars: Mars’ Spiders:   Here’s your latest issue of What’s Up Tonight? Interesting Astronomy Objects this month! #KtSeery […]