Safely observe the sun with us! Join us at the DDO for these family-friendly sessions where a DDO Astronomer will answer your questions about our closest star: the sun!
Join us at sunset to learn to use star charts and basic observing techniques, then use your binoculars to follow a guided tour through the night sky, and stay after the tour to practice your new skills.
Wondering what's happening above your head in the sky this month? Find out more about the Zodical Light to the Messier Marathon to everything in between, including comets, planets and spaceflights!
Join us online to learn basic astronomy that you can do on your own from your backyard! We'll share tips on encouraging girls to engage in astronomy and highlight the women of Harvard who laid the foundation of modern astronomy.
RASC National Society: The Insider's Guide to the Galaxy - De-Mystifying Magnitude and Brightness (ONLINE)
Join us online to learn basic astronomy that you can do on your own from your backyard! The spring sky hosts both very bright stars and very dim galaxies. We'll talk about the system astronomers use to measure and report the brightness of celestial objects - from luminosity to absolute and apparent brightness, to surface brightness.
Join us online to learn basic astronomy that you can do on your own from your backyard! With the moon waxing in the evening sky, this is the perfect time to watch the terminator slide across the giant and ancient lunar basin of Mare Imbrium.