Stargazing at Mobile 2015
Saturday, April 11th, 2015
Tucson is known as the astronomical capital of the world. The city keeps the skies dark with light control laws. This makes Tucson a great place for scientific and recreational stargazing.
Enjoy an evening under the stars with knowledgeable astronomy tour guides who will share the night sky through telescopes that gather over 1,600 times the light of the human eye. Learn about the latest astronomy apps and how you can put them to use in the classroom. Explore the wonders of the universe with incredible views of craters, mountain ranges and ancient lava beds on the Moon, the rings of Saturn, double stars and star clusters.
Mobile Learning Experience 2015 participants can drop in to spend some time with the tour guides June 11th between 8:00pm and 9:30pm. You’ll love exploring Tucson’s night sky!
The expert tour guides recommend the apps below. You’re welcome to install them or wait to see them in action on June 11th.