Local Astronomy Observing Opportunities
***Due to continuing NH social guidelines, all observing at the Sullivan Observatory is on hold until further notice.
The Keene Amateur Astronomers Club is a public service organization and recreational facility that is open to the community for monthly star parties, observing the nature of the night sky, and telescope trainings. Please contact President Bob Taylor at email@example.com.
The Southern Vermont Astronomy Group, SoVerA, located in Chester, VT, was created for the members to gain, reinforce, sustain and share their knowledge of the nature of the universe with others. They are very active with interesting monthly lectures and discussions along with numerous star parties and viewing sessions. Please contact President Pat Porch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Perkin Observatory at the Dublin School, located in Dublin, NH, is an educational center for exploring the universe. Their advanced astro-imaging and viewing equipment allow students and community members to explore the universe. The Perkin Observatory will be open to the public every Sunday evening starting 1 hour after sunset until 10:30 PM if the skies are clear. Please contact observatory Director Erik Schmitt at email@example.com.
State-wide Observing Opportunities
There are a number of NH organizations/clubs/observatories/schools which provide events for the general public and maintain a website. For a compiled listing, click here.