Look Up Way Up Observatory
Have an unforgettable night of stargazing at our backyard observatory. Experience what it’s really like to be an amateur astronomer.
- See the rings of Saturn, the moons of Jupiter and the storm rings on the planet
- See the craters and seas of the moon in crystal clear detail
- learn how to use the constellations to find and view deep space objects such as galaxies, nebula and star clusters
Your night will include:
- a 15-minute orientation where you are introduced to telescopes
- a 15-20 minute slide presentation where we view and discuss the objects we will be observing
- All the stargazing you can handle!! (approximately 2-3 hours)
- Take photographs of the moon using your smart phone
- NEW for 2020! You will be looking through a 16 inch observatory class telescope! Follow the link to see a review of the telescope. https://youtu.be/SXSL1ZH8s3c
- In late summer MARS returns!
Your guide to the stars will be Wesley Stewart, an amateur astronomer for 25 years and a member of The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada.