A Website Devoted to Amateur Astronomy

Astronomy=def=is a natural science that is the study of celestial objects (such as moons, planets, stars, nebulae, and galaxies), the physics, chemistry, mathematics, and evolution of such objects, and phenomena that originate outside the atmosphere of Earth (wikipedia)

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Late Breaking report (02/08/18) from Coast-To-Coast Radio: Perhaps the Earth is flat after all? It will be interesting to see how the scientific evidence that says otherwise is rejected.

It might be time to review Carl Sagan's Baloney (Bullshit) Detector Kit.... and, moreover apply that criteria to the colosally incredible "theory" known as the NASA Hoax...

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Super Snow Moon 02/19/2019


Lunar Eclipse 2019 from Sedona, AZ


Thought I caught sight of an extra terrestrial craft!


Some Astrophotos for December 2018


Some astrophotos for November 2018


A Cosmic Halloween for 2018!

Dawn-A, Lou-E, and Kel-V aboard "Guardians" Vessel...

Stargazers! If you would like to schedule an evening session of stargazing in the Sedona, AZ area, please contact me



I may have found Canis Major!







Easter Blue Moon in Sedona-2018- April Fool's Weekend

Shot of the waxing crescent equinoctial Moon -3/19/2018


Celestial Louie the Lab

The real "Canis Major"- Labrador "Star" Retriever


Astronomy in Old Films...

How it was meant to be :)

No doubt, the American Astronomer's Dream. This shot was snagged from the old Sci-Fi flick: "It Came From Outer Space." The movie takes place in Arizona and is based upon a Ray Bradbury story entitled  "The Meteor." Looks like a mighty fine telescope to me. Starring Richard Carlson and Barbara Rush. They appear to be the perfect couple.

A spaceship from another world crashes in the Arizona desert and only an amateur stargazer and a schoolteacher suspect alien influence when the local townsfolk begin to act strangely.

But, then, we've all been there.


Another favorite oldie...

Invaders from Mars (1953)

Invaders tells the story of young David MacLean (Jimmy Hunt), who witnesses the 4 a.m. landing of a flying saucer from his bedroom window. 

NASA Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Slide Show