Ron went out last Tuesday to assist Wilderness Elementary School with their Observe the Moon night. This is the third time Rappahannock Astronomy Club has brought a telescope to this event. Ron says thankfully five teachers at the school brought … Continue reading →
I hope you were among the many of us who enjoyed getting outside on Wednesday morning to enjoy the total eclipse of the moon. I was interested in how the morning twilight made the eclipse coloring different than what I … Continue reading →
At Caledon on September 27 we had lots of clear sky, lots of visitors, and lots of dew. Thanks to everybody who came out to share the night sky. I enjoyed the views I got of objects in the sky, … Continue reading →
Comments on posts don’t seem very useful to most readers of our site. On top of that, our spam catcher has caught more than 1,000 spam messages for every real comment we’ve received this year. That takes a little time … Continue reading →
The problem we were having with the Web site seems to be resolved now. We saw signs that some other agent had written new content in our directories. The fix didn’t come from us, so we hope to hear soon … Continue reading →
The pages of this Web site have largely vanished. Don’t worry, none of our content is lost. We’re trying to find out what changed, how, and why, so we can get everything back to normal instead of making it worse.