Give someone the universe!
It's NEARLY Halloween, and that means the Annual Nearly Halloween Star Party is here! In fact, this is the 10th Annual FREE event - so it's gonna be a BIG (ish) deal. With weather looking very good, it should be a great night.
Once again we'll have fully hosted telescopes up and running including the 400lb MONSTER, Naomi. We will also put Flo out there with a camera and monitor set up for people to see space on the BIG Screen.
As usual, there will be light snacks and warm and cold beverages available. If you want directions, call the number, or email me at:
A telescope is more than a tool for looking into space…
It’s one part spaceship, and one part time machine.
Plan your trip, and pick a destination.
Strap in, and hold on as our telescopes transport you there!
See the cosmos with new eyes.
Imagination runs wild as you visit stars, galaxies, and other worlds.
Astronomy is the final frontier!
Astronomy Adventures Arizona
has the right stuff to take you there.
The Moon on IOMN - 2019
Each year, usually in October, NASA hosts International Observe the Moon Night (IOMN). It is held on the Saturday closest to the lunar first quarter, because it is at the "half-moon" phase when the shadows and contrast show the moon at her very best.
This year, the event will be hosted in the USA on the night of October 16th. All over the world, there will be IOMN events to let anyone and everyone view our closest celestial neighbor. In fact, AAAZ has registered to hold a lunar event right here in Tucson, AZ. Go to our Contact Us page to send an email for more info. Or, you can visit the NASA website to learn about or even host your own Lunar Viewing Program.
to get all the info on this year's IOMN!
The universe is the life of the party!
Our telescopes are perfect for:
Bachelor & Bachelorette Parties
School or Class Events
Business Retreats & Picnics
Family Reunions & Anniversaries
Scouting Trips & Campouts
Or, visit our Links & App's page for more help!
We'll take a telescope ANYWHERE!
Thanks for visiting!
October 16, 2021 is International Observe the Moon Night