Hubble Picture of Orions Nebula

Orion’s Nebula, March 5th, 2016

Join us March 5th, on Saturday at 7pm at the Three Peaks Recreational Area to catch a great view of Orion’s Nebula through our large telescope. This event is free and open to the public.¬†Everyone is invited, and we will not try to sell you anything, however donations help us buy better equipment for the…

close up of lunar surface and craters through a ground telescope

Lunar Party, February 13th, 2016

Join us February 13th, on Saturday at 7pm at the Three Peaks Recreational Area to catch a great view of the moon through our large telescope. This event is free and open to the public.¬†Everyone is invited, and we will not try to sell you anything, however donations help us buy better equipment for the…

Perseid Meteor 2010 by Jennifer Ova

Art & Astronomy (2015)

Welcome to the 2015 Art & Astronomy section. We had so many wonderful submissions, I can hardly believe the support. To view and share the gallery, please click here. We have three categories: Astrophotography, Visual Communication, and Astronomy Appreciation. For more information about these categories please check out our submission guidelines here. All of our…

SMBH

Intermediate Black Hole Discovery

Stellar Mass Black Holes Black holes naturally come in two types: Stellar Mass Black Holes, and Super Massive Black Holes. The stellar mass types are the remnants of dead stars that ‘collapsed in upon themselves’. This is the type of black hole we’re most familiar with. Stellar Mass Black Holes can happen when massive stars…