The Daily Observing Reports
Seeing Stars?
Observing Reports - 2007
Observing Reports - 2006
Observing Reports - 2005
Observing Reports - 2004
Observing Reports - 2003
Observing Reports - 2002
Observing Reports - 2001
Around The World
Warren Rupp Observatory
Astronomy For Youth
Backyard Ohio
In The Backyard
The Archives
Spring Constellations
Summer Constellations
Fall Constellations
Winter Constellations
Spring Starhop Challenge
Summer Starhop Challenge
Fall Starhop Challenge
Winter Starhop Challenge
Spring Starhop - Extreme!
Summer Starhop - Extreme!
Fall Starhop - Extreme!
Winter Starhop - Extreme!
The Astronomical League Telescopic Messier Studies
The Astronomical League Binocular Messier Studies
Planet Dance
Mercury Transit!
Venus Transit!
Saturn At Opposition
Venus And Mercury
Venus/Mars/Moon Conjunction
Mars Gallery - 2003
Moon Walk
Astronomical League Lunar Club Project
Total Lunar Eclipses - 2003
Lunar Eclipse Information
Night Lights
Aurora - 2003
Aurora Gallery - Updated!
The Prodigal Sun
Solar Observing - 101
Solar Observing - 202
Sunspot Gallery
Solar Eclipse - 2001
A Bite Out Of The Sun - 2002
Camera Shy
The Photo Album
The Sketch Book
Some Articles...
Armstrong Space Museum
Road Trippin'...
Hotel California
Road Trip - 2002
WCAS Star Party
Hidden Hollow - 2002
Gettysburg - 2003
California Dreams - 2003
Hidden Hollow - 2004
Black Forest Star Party - 2004
Black Forest Star Party - 2005
Coloring In The Lines - Beginning With Spectra
The Learning Curve - Stellar Spectra!
Listening To The Leonids
Recording Meteor Sounds

"There's a place to hide. A doorway that I run through in the night. Relax child, you were there. But only didn't realize and you were scared. It's a place where you will learn... To face your fears, retrace the years... And ride the whims of your mind. Commanding in another world. Suddenly, you hear and see. This magic new dimension... I will be watching over you. I am gonna help you see it through. I will protect you in the night.

I am smiling next to you in silent lucidity..."

Welcome, Traveller...

How I have wished you here! And so you have been through the years. The breath of the wind in my hair... The silver tear of a meteor caressing the face of the Night... The hand that guides the scope... The stars in my eyes.

Come, now. Let us dance across the Cosmos together, you and I. From our own solar system, to the distant galaxies... The night will be ours. Let us journey to the far flung galaxies and walk upon the Moon. We shall explore the Sun and chase comets side by side. And when we're together?

The stars always shine...

I hope you find things in my pages to encourage your own love of astronomy and share in my love of the night sky. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. If I cannot answer them, there are many wonderful people Around The World who have answered mine, and many friends below that offer their encouragement and expertise as well. May your journey be at light speed...

Por amour du ciel! ~T

"If you open your mind to me... You won't rely on open eyes to see. The walls you build within... Come tumbling down. And a new world will begin. Living twice at once you learn... You're safe from pain in the dream domain. A soul set free to fly... A round trip journey in your head. Master of illusion, can you realize? Your dream's alive, you can be the guide but...

I will be watching over you. I am gonna help you see it through. I will protect you in the night.

I'm smiling next to you... In silent lucidity."

Please take the time to visit with my friends!

Beginner's Guide To Astronomy
Jeff Barbour: Observational Journal
Cor Berrevoets: Registax
Cor Berrevoets: The Aberrator
Victor DeCristoforo: Astronomy
Steven Mogg: Designer & Astronomer
Kyle Kennard: Observations
Alistair Thompson: The 150mm Reflector
Voyage Of Discovery
The Ageless Jazz Quartet
Redwood Rose
Jeff Live: At "Ugly Mug"
Jim Schicatano: Theory Of Creation
Fraser Cain: The "Universe Today"
Tom Harrison: Iron Mountain Observatory
John's Astro
Col. John Folsom II: Wounded Warriors
Jim Jamesson: Groovy Adventures
Stuart Little: Hocking Hills Observatory
Big Daddy "Bubba": Lost In Space
Houston Astronomical Society
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