September 2nd, 2014
Waxing Gibbous Moon
moon
Rob Morris

*UPDATE* Comet ISON Viewing Guide

UPDATE November 15, 2013: Comet ISON is now naked eye visible! 

Seth Jarvis

Solar Eclipse November 3? YES. Visible from Utah? NO.

Yes, there is a solar eclipse on the morning of Sunday, November 3rd. No, it will not be visible, even as a partial eclipse, to anyone west of the United States’ eastern seaboard. BUT…

Seth Jarvis

Don’t Miss the Draconid Meteor Shower

Watch for an early evening meteor shower on October 7th and 8th.

Seth Jarvis

Planets Near and Far

On Sunday, October 6th you’ll want to take a look outside at about 7:30 PM and look to the west-southwest.

Robert Bigelow

Discover Uranus in October

Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn can easily be seen with the unaided eye.

Mike Murray

“Exploding Universe” – A New Original Production!

The universe we see today is the product of explosive events. They have even shaped our very existence.

Mike Murray

Gateway to the Stars Oct 5 – Guideposts to the Sky

As we move into autumn, the “Summer Triangle” of stars will start in the western side of the sky as new stars like the “Great Square of Pegasus” climb higher into the east.

Mike Murray

Gateway to the Stars Sept 7 – The Milky Way at its Prime!

This is the time of year for enjoying the Milky Way and all it has to offer for binoculars and telescopes.

Robert Bigelow

Perseid Meteor Shower 2013

One of the most reliable meteor showers of the year will peak on August 12.

Mike Murray

Gateway to the Stars Aug 3: The Barnyard Portion of the Sky!

One of the best guideposts in the summer sky is “The Summer Triangle,” a large triangle of three bright stars.