Click tabs above for Florida Astronomy-related info.
FOR MORE INFO ABOUT DARK SKY SITES IN FLORIDA, GO TO THE DARK SITES PAGE
The image below is the Sun's disk today and any sunspots currently visible (via NASA's SDO satellite).
There are public Astronomy events in Florida's parks, star parties and New Moon observing events with Astronomy clubs from dark sky sites, and events at observatories and planetariums. I list the ones I hear about on the Florida Astronomy Events page.
FOR MORE FREE TOOLS TO FIND THINGS IN THE SKY, GO TO THE TOOLS PAGE
FOR THE VERY LATEST ASTRONOMY NEWS, CHECK OUT THE AMERICAN ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY'S
ASTRONOMY IN THE NEWS
(YOU'LL SEE ASTRONOMY NEWS HEADLINES THERE BEFORE YOU SEE THEM ANYWHERE ELSE!)
All images above by Jason Higley
CURRENT ORLANDO, FL SKY MAP BELOW, OTHER FLORIDA LOCATIONS ARE VERY SIMILAR.
THIS WEEK'S STAR GAZERS EPISODE BELOW
Produced by Kika Silva Pla Planetarium at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Florida and Cincinnati Observatory, and Copyright South Florida PBS, Inc.
SEE WHAT'S UP IN TONIGHT'S SKY WITH THIS VIDEO FROM THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE SCIENCE INSTITUTE.
EVERY DAY IS ASTRONOMY DAY! Hi, I'm Jason Higley, I've made this website so that we all can find things related to Florida Astronomy. Behind me is the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 1 meter telescope in Daytona Beach (I was just visiting). They have free public viewing nights roughly 6 times a year.
Please feel free to let me know if you have Florida Astronomy related news or info at reachjasonh@ (and add gmail.com to the end of that.)
And about me and Astronomy, here are a couple of things I've done related to Astronomy.