Southern Arizona has some of the clearest skies in the U.S.—about 350 nights of viewing a year. Tour some of the world’s most-respected observatories and enjoy the same “good seeing” as the pros. Learn why Southern Arizona has earned the title “Astronomy Capital of the World.”Read Astrotourism is Looking Up by Suzanne Wright and explore the night sky in Southern Arizona.
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Contact: Ben Loker
Phone: (520) 668-1871
Contact: Rosie Mankel
Title: Program Coordinator
Phone: 520-621-STAR (7827)
Phone: (928) 428-6260
Contact: Adam Block
Title: Public Observing Programs Coordinator
Phone: Information/Reservations: 626-8122
Phone: Information/Reservations: 626-8792
Phone: (520) 670-5707