Even as summer winds down and back-to-school season kicks into gear, great things continue to fill up these great RhodeRead More
Though the month of June does provide much more reasonable temperatures for amateur astronomers to enjoy their hobby, most of us do not welcome the summer months. Why? The sky doesn’t get sufficiently dark for deep sky objects (galaxies and nebulae) until close to 10:00pm as we near the summer solstice on June 21 at 1:04am. And morning twilight begins between 3:30 and 4:00am! These circumstances definitely limit a serious stargazer’s observing session.
Adam Eckstrom and Lauren Was met at RISD while getting their MFAs (Lauren '04 in sculpture, Adam '05 in painting), andRead More