Would you like to learn more about shooting astrophotography with the Google Pixel 6? This article will give you tricks to get the most out of your smartphone so you’ll be shooting like a pro in no time! It’s our first of hopefully many stargazing articles to be found on our website.
Learn the basics of astrophotography light painting using a phone camera in this article. There are plenty of tips to get you started and on your way to better images without much effort.
If it’s cloudy outside, don’t give up on shooting the stars. Adapt! In this article, we tell you why you should still take landscape astrophotography photos when there are clouds in the sky.
This article gives you access to data we use to find the darkest skies in state parks all over Texas in a convenient Google Sheet. If you want to see which of the Texas State Parks might be best for your stargazing, check it out.
To find Utah’s darkest skies in their great state parks, use this Google Sheet we have created. It’s an easy to use resource for anyone interested in finding the best stargazing parks in the state.
We have shared our Messier objects list in this article sorted by season if you are looking for something fun to look for in the night sky depending on the time of year. Each object is also listed according to its apparent brightness to make stargazing a little easier for you.
In this article on stargazing with your children we share some of our best tips to help you make them lifelong lovers of the night sky. We cover everything from what to bring on a dark sky camping trip to how to get them interested in space at home.
If you are a Google Pixel shooter that takes pictures in astrophotography mode, this is a good article for you. Discover what your images might look like if you cut your camera off while it processes your images. This is a real-world test.
In this article, we compiled a list of some well-known constellations and asterisms that no longer “exist”. Use it to guide your interest in the history of the night sky. You’ll quickly find astronomy has roots that have been running deep and extend all over the world for thousands of years.
From sky glow to light trespass, we explain the different types of light pollution you might encounter camping. We also share examples of what you can do to either avoid it or help with it.
The Antila is one of the lesser known in the night sky. Learn about the interesting scientific historical relevance of this constellation and how to find it when stargazing.
Recently, astronomers introduced a new term into our lexicon: noctalgia. It’s a word that encapsulates the profound “sky grief” we feel as our once-pristine night skies vanish before our eyes.
If you are fascinated by the wonders of the night sky and stargazing, you might be interested in getting a telescope to explore the cosmos. We help you choose the right telescope type in this article.
Learn how to pronounce all 88 constellations in the night sky so you sound smart for your friends and family. It’s the perfect skill to share when you go stargazing.
Astro tourism is a form of travel that involves visiting places that offer clear and dark skies for stargazing. Learn how to plan an astro tourism trip, what to bring, and what to expect.
One of the brightest objects in the night sky is now a satellite. Find out more about BlueWalker 3 and its impact on people observing the night sky.
Escape the city’s haze and travel back in time through Utah’s national and state parks, where rugged cliffs, canyons and buttes come alive under starlit skies. For 7 days, wind through the majestic landscapes of the Colorado Plateau by using our sample Southwest Utah Stargazing Itinerary.