Home MAH | Fall 2020 Skies We’ll tour the fall sky as it appears from North Carolina and discover why fall 2020 will be an especially... Your June 2021 solstice stargazing in North Carolina Blog June 18, 2021By Amy Sayle The start of summer, astronomically speaking, arrives for those of us in the northern hemisphere... Jupiter/Saturn conjunction: Celebrate a planetary pile-up with us on the longest night of the year, December 21, 2020. Blog A slow-motion planetary pile-up is happening—and you can see it, weather permitting. View the Geminids! This family-friendly, curfew-friendly meteor shower peaks Sunday night, December 13, 2020. Blog View the Geminids! This family-friendly, curfew-friendly meteor shower peaks Sunday night, December 13, 2020. The scientific reason you should know the constellations of the zodiac Blog The scientific reason for why you should learn the constellations of the zodiac? To find planets. Take a walk through the solar system—in your own neighborhood. Blog Missing being able to travel? You can take a whirlwind vacation through our solar system—without leaving your neighborhood. Skywatching at home: Spot planets in the sky tonight Blog How do you tell a planet from a star? Three tips will help you spot planets in tonight’s sky.