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From national parks, state parks and private parks to RV rallies, RV conventions, high schools, middle schools, and private locations, we share our love of the stars with as many as possible as we travel across North America.

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Stay up to date with our star gazing travels by vising our blog. From a behind the scenes look at the National Parks we’ve visited to star information and more.

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Visiting Lunt Solar Systems in Tucson

Last fall, we purchased a Lunt 152THa solar telescope. This 152 mm (6″) f/6 hydrogen-alpha (h-alpha) telescope has supplied us with fabulous views of our nearest star, the Sun. It’s an impressive scope, and by removing the h-alpha pressure tuners, it is one that we can use for both day and night viewing. We noticed …

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Bison Herd does Astronomy Presentation at Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Bison visit us nearly every night at Theodore Roosevelt National Park because they love amateur visual astronomy!


GeoAstroRV joins Epic Nomad TV and heads to Theodore Roosevelt National Park

A while back, Brenda and I made a decision to sell most of what we owned and to move into a recreational vehicle (RV).  We wanted to go see the geology of North America especially the national parks.  We decided to follow in the footsteps of amateur visual astronomer, John Dobson, and do astronomy presentations as …

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