Keep up to date on what is happening in the Driftless
Driftless Wisconsin welcomed a new Executive Director on July 11, with the arrival of Stacey Roou.
As we wend our way from spring to summer this month, Venus and Mars will be putting on a wonderful show in the evening sky.
Northern lights are rare and challenging to predict. No one can give you an exact time when they will happen–only a probability and a range.
Driftless Dark Skies Conserving the Night talks about Five Principles for Responsible Outdoor Lighting to keep the Driftless starry skies.
There is a quickening as we near the Vernal Equinox and the beginning of spring on March 20 in Driftless Wisconsin.
Enjoy stargazing with Venus. Our sibling planet, is good evening company the rest of this winter and into the summer.
The January sky glitters with gatherings of stars known as asterisms. Asterisms tend to be smaller than familiar constellations such as Orion the Hunter, Taurus the Bull, and Auriga the Goatherder.
Mars will be glowing like an ember all night long in the December sky as we end 2022. It rises in the northeast at sunset, passes high across the southern sky, and sets in the northwest at sunrise.
On the morning of Tuesday November 8th, we can watch the Full Beaver Moon be transformed as it passes through the shadow of the Earth.
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