Amateur Astronomy Clubs of the PNW

Oregon Society NameCityURL Eugene Astronomical SocietySpringfieldhttp://www.eugeneastro.orgFriends of Pine Mountain ObservatoryEugenehttps://pmo.uoregon.eduNight Sky 45 Astronomy ClubSalemhttps://nightsky45.orgRose City AstronomersPortlandhttps://www.rosecityastronomers.netUmpqua Amateur AstronomersRoseburghttps://umpquaastronomers.orgSouthern Oregon SkywatchersMedfordhttp://www.orskywatchers.orgCentral Oregon Astronomical SocietyBendhttps://www.facebook.com/centraloregonastronomicalsociety/ Washington Society NameCityURL Battle Point Astronomical AssociationBainbridge Islandhttp://www.bpastro.orgEverett Astronomical SocietyEverett http://members.tripod.com/everett_astronomy Friends of GalileoLongview https://www.friendsofgalileo.comIsland County Astronomical…







The Wolf Moon Of January

Overview Winter can be a tough time of year in the Pacific Northwest with cold temperatures and snow, but the sky can still be an amazing sight to see! Winter astronomy does mean bundling up…


The Flower Moon of May

Overview May in the Pacific Northwest is great as the weather should be consistently nice enough to allow for the exploration of the outdoors and of the nights sky! In the sky, May is great…


The Cold Moon of December

Overview December was considered to be the coldest month of the year for the Northern Hemisphere, which means that the winter solstice was almost here. With the coming of the winter solstice, the days would…


Astronomical Observatories Of The PNW

Looking for an astronomical observatory in the Pacific Northwest? Here is a list of all of them. Please note that hours and admission could change depending on the time of year. Oregon Oregon ObservatoryPine Mountain…