2019 Class description:
Connect to the wonders of the cosmos with a stargazing program led by Samuel Singer, the Founder and Executive Director of Wyoming Stargazing. Enjoy the beauty of the night sky, learn how to find constellations, see deep sky objects through a telescope, and get answers to all of your questions about the Universe!
2019 instructor | Samuel Singer
Samuel grew up exploring the high desert in Yerington, Nevada, which is where he first fell in love with the night sky. Study for a B.A. in Physics and Astronomy took him to Hampshire College in Amherst Massachusetts. Samuel built a couple Dobsonian telescopes and helped to establish a small observatory at Hampshire College as part of his bachelor’s degree. While at Hampshire, the deciduous forests of the east coast, led Samuel to discover his love for outdoor science education. He earned a Masters in Natural Science– Environment & Natural Resources by way of the Teton Science Schools and the University of Wyoming. Samuel built a second small observatory for the Teton Science Schools in Jackson Hole during his masters program. He has also been recognized by NASA as a volunteer Solar System Ambassador, as well as by the IGES and NASA in their Top Stars program for an astronomy lesson plan he wrote.