Tupper Lake is set to hold stargazing events to raise funds and awareness about the planned opening of the new AstroScience Center in 2024, aimed at exposing the public to the night sky. With its location within the protected Adirondack Park, with low light pollution, typically low humidity, and a relatively high altitude, Tupper Lake provides ideal conditions for night sky viewing, some of the best east of the Mississippi. » Continue Reading.
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The Adirondack Sky Center & Observatory (formerly the Adirondack Public Observatory) has been awarded a grant of $125,000 by Stewart’s Shops/Dake Family Foundation to support the Campaign for the AstroScience Center museum and planetarium. » Continue Reading.
The Adirondack Sky Center, formerly known as the Adirondack Public Observatory, is set to host an Open House on Friday, August 10th, from 3 to 5 pm at its property at 178 Big Wolf Road, to share its plans for the AstroScience Center museum and planetarium. The outlines of the new Center will be staked out on the grounds so that visitors can picture themselves in the Planetarium, Exhibit Hall, and other spaces planned for the museum.
Following the Open House, Jeffrey Miller of St. Lawrence University is set to give a lecture at Tupper Lake High School, at 7 pm, and free stargazing at the Observatory, beginning 30 minutes or so after sundown (around 9 pm), with a guided discussion and telescope viewing of unique Adirondack night sky. » Continue Reading.
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