JANUARY 2015 - Sky Observing was born.
10 JUNE 2015 - This website was created.
It is very easy to navigate through this website.
If you click on the HOW IT WORKS button you will have access to all important information you need to know about the observing events. You can take a pen and a piece of paper and write all important information about the events, like the types of observing events, the prices, the locations and so on. Place the piece of paper somewhere where it is easy for you to remember, for future use, so you do not need to go again through it.
If you click on the TODAY: OBSERVING EVENTS button you will find out if you can attend any observing events today even if you are not registered for those events. If there are still some free spots available, it will be announced on this page, and also on the main page if you scroll a bit down, so you can be sure that you will not miss any important information even if you stay only on the main page. If you see that there are no observing events announced for today, that means that the groups are already formed and there are no any free spots left.
If you click on the THIS MONTH: OBSERVING SCHEDULE AND WHAT IS VISIBLE ON THE SKY button you will find out what types of observing events are possible for the coming days of this month and also which objects will be visible on the sky this month, so you can plan ahead when you want to come and what you want to see on the sky.
And if you click on the NEWS button, it will bring you to this page when you can read more information about every news. The brief information about the news, usually only the headline, you will find also on the main page if you scroll a bit down, so you can be sure that you will not miss any important information even if you stay only on the main page.
If you click on CELESTIAL OBJECTS button, it will show you the list of objects in our solar system which we will observe. Also bellow you will see a list of all constellations, and if you click on particular constellation button, it will show you the objects we will observe in that particular constellation.
July 2015 - Saturn rises on the southeastern sky, in July will be in good position for observing on the evening sky.
1 July 2015 - RARE EVENT: Planet Venus and planet Jupiter will be apparently very close on the sky! Do not miss this rare event! Sky Observing is offering daytime and evening observing for this rare event. The planets will be at their closest on 1 July, but the event is still interesting one week before and one week after 1st of July. To read more, scroll a bit up and click on the "NEWS" button.
June 2015 - The Moon will be in good position for observing on the evening sky from 19 to 30 of June. Its phase rises from 13% to 99% during that period.
June 2015 - Jupiter and Venus still in good position for observing daytime and in the evening, do not miss to see them. Venus is getting closer and closer to Jupiter, and on 1 July will overtake it on the Sky.
10 June 2015 - This website was created. To learn more about how to navigate through the website, scroll a bit up and click on the NEWS button.