Stargazing Events

Astronomy has fascinated people all around the world for thousands of years. Individuals are motivated to witness some of the most significant phenomena they have ever seen in our night sky. There is no better way to start the year off and continue with stargazing and witnessing some of the rarest astronomy events of all time.

Monday, January 17 – Small Full Wolf Moon, the first full moon of 2022.

January 29-30: Mars, Venus, and Moon come together.

February 13: Venus will be the brightest this year.

February 16: The Snow Moon will light up the night with Mercury in the background.

April 4-5: Mars and Saturn are in view, along with Venus.

April 22, 23: Lyrids Meteor Shower. 

April 30: Partial Solar Eclipse.

May 6-7: Eta Aquarids Meteor Shower.

May 16: Total Lunar Eclipse.

June 14: Full Moon, Supermoon.