Chamberlin Observatory

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Top Spots To Go Star And Moon Gazing Near Denver

Plan a romantic night out for two, and enjoy the beauty of the night sky in Colorado. Here are five fantastic places for stargazing near Denver.


A view of Jupiter's approximate position in the sky over Colorado at 9 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 6, 2015. The center of the picture is looking due south. Jupiter is the bright yellow spot in the top left of the picture. (credit: Jeff Tropeano, Denver Astronomical Society)

Colorado Star Gazers Hope Clouds Cooperate For Friday’s Opposition Of Jupiter

Jupiter will be the closest to Earth that it will be in 2015.


People dressed up in Star Wars at the Wings Over The Rockies Museum (credit: CBS)

Top Ways To Celebrate Star Wars In Denver

Take a look at these great ways to celebrate “Star Wars” in Denver.


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Nerdy Nights: Top Events For Geeks In Denver

Denver is home to many fantastic events that cater to the geeky crowd. The nerd population is definitely on the rise with more and more people choosing intellectually stimulating events in their spare time.


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Familiarize With Founders: Important Places To The People Who Built Denver

Go beyond the names of buildings and streets and learn about the founders of the city. Take some time and visit the people and places that have shaped the city of Denver. These historic spots are like walking through a living history book of Denver, Colorado.


A photo of the Transit of Venus sent in by Markus Kubetzko from Longmont on June 5.

Hundreds Gather At DU To View The ‘Transit Of Venus’

Stargazers around the world set up telescopes and passed out cardboard glasses to view a cameo nobody alive now will see again in their lifetimes — Venus passing in front of the sun.


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Eclipse Viewing Parties Held Around The Metro Area

Several spots in the Denver metro area hosted eclipse viewing parties Sunday evening.


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DU, CU To Hold Solar Eclipse Observing Events On Sunday

Several universities will have viewing events for the solar eclipse on Sunday. The eclipse starts just before 6:30 pm and will peak at about 7:30 p.m.


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