Astronomy For Kids

StarGazer’s Telescope: Jumpin’ Jupiter!

Greetings, Fellow Stratos Dwellers! Have you had more than your fair share of clouds lately and are hankering for a…

14 years ago

StarGazer’s Telescope – Last Dance With Mars

Have you ever wondered what it was like to look through a real telescope? Tired of being clouded out night…

14 years ago

The Weekend SkyWatcher’s Forecast: June 27-29, 2008

Greetings, fellow SkyWatchers! It's that time again and darker skies are in our favor for this weekend. Are you working…

14 years ago

Weekend SkyWatcher’s Forecast: June 20-22, 2008

Greetings, fellow SkyWatchers! As the Moon slowly departs from the early evening scene, we have the chance to start the…

14 years ago

SkyWatcher Alert: Moon, Mars, Saturn and More…

Greetings, fellow SkyWatchers! As the summer heats up for the northern hemisphere and the winter cools down the southern, we're…

14 years ago

World’s Strangest Telescope – The IceCube

Since the 1950s and the beginning of the "space race" scientists have wanted to practice astronomy and particle physics using…

14 years ago

Weekend SkyWatcher’s Forecast – May 16-18, 2008

"Everybody dancing in the moonlight... Dancing in the moonlight... Everybody feeling warm and bright... It's such a fine and natural…

14 years ago

Happy Space Day!

It’s the first Friday in May; therefore it must be Space Day! Since 1997 people around the world have used…

14 years ago

What to Look at With Binoculars

Last week we gave you advice on how to choose a pair of binoculars for astronomy. This week we help…

14 years ago

Binoculars for Astronomy

Astronomy is best when you get outside and look into the skies with your own eyes. And the best way…

14 years ago