Moon Map by NASA

Moon Map by NASA

Most folks totally miss the ONE thing in the night sky that is easy to watch – the MOON! It changes each night, and there’s a lot of cool features you can look at that are easy to learn about. If you don’t have binoculars, use your naked eyes and a good Moon Map. Dr…. Read More

How to Stargaze with Binoculars

How to Stargaze with Binoculars

Join Brian from Central Coast Astronomy & Aurora from Supercharged Science as they go over exactly what you need to know to get started touring the night sky with a pair of binoculars! Many people don’t even realize that hey have an amazing object right at their fingertips – the Moon! If you participated in… Read More

Recommended Telescopes for Beginners

Recommended Telescopes for Beginners

Telescopes are pretty useless unless you know where to point them. Before purchasing an expensive telescope, I recommend working with a good pair of binoculars to get to know not only the night sky but also the “seeing” conditions of your location. Which telescope you purchase is going to depend on where you live, what… Read More

Our first visitor from outside the solar system… that we noticed!

Our first visitor from outside the solar system… that we noticed!

Central Coast Astronomical presents The Mystery of ‘Oumuamua: Our First Interstellar Visitor by Dr. Ray Weymann Dr. Ray Weymann shares current methods and equipment used to discover objects in our solar system and recounts the discovery of ‘Oumuamua. Dr. Ray Weymann is a retired astrophysicist with 40 years experience in teaching and research. His research… Read More