Author Archives: Hugh Crowl
The clouds (and, perhaps, rain) make observing tonight impossible (9/23). Tomorrow (Saturday, 9/24) looks a lot better. Check back here after 5pm on Saturday to be sure we’ll be out there, but it is forecasted to be a crisp, clear … Continue reading
Below is the observing schedule for the Fall 2016 term. Remember that observing can only happen if it’s clear, so make sure to check back here (or on Twitter: @StickneyObs) on the evening of observing. The nights for the Spring are: Thursday, … Continue reading
We do not have any planned observing nights over the summer. Check this space in early September for observing dates for the Fall term.
The sky is clear, so we will have observing tonight, starting at 8:30!
Below is the observing schedule for the Spring 2016 term. Remember that observing can only happen if it’s clear, so make sure to check back here (or on Twitter: @StickneyObs) on the evening of observing. The nights for the Spring … Continue reading
There will be no public observing over the winter field work term break. Observing will resume after the spring term starts. Check back here in late February for details of the Spring observing schedule.
We are currently working on the schedule for Fall 2015 Public Observing. Check back here soon for the latest information!
The skies are predicted to be beautifully clear tonight (September 26), so Family Weekend Observing is on as scheduled. We will be observing starting at 9pm tonight at Stickney Observatory.
Public observing has been scheduled for the Fall 2014 term. We will be open for observing: Thursday, October 2 at 8pm Thursday, October 23 at 8pm Thursday, October 30 at 8pm Thursday, November 13 at 8pm Thursday, December 4 at … Continue reading
Check back soon for our Fall 2014 observing night schedule.