Adirondack Public Observatory
Tupper Lake, New York
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Welcome to the Adirondack Public Observatory

In the heart of the Adirondack Mountains, Tupper Lake, NY provides one of the best destinations for stargazing in the East. The combination of low-light pollution, low humidity and high altitude provide nearly ideal conditions for night sky viewing. It is here where the Adirondack Public Observatory has been laying its roots into the dark side of a hill on Big Wolf Road.

This relatively new and growing facility strives to "provide quality educational experiences for people of all ages through the science, technology, and history of astronomy." Offering a variety of unique public stargazing opportunities, educational lectures, family-friendly events, and more, the Adirondack Public Observatory is exposing the night sky in a whole new dimension. Check out our schedule of events and viewing schedule and then come discover the night sky with us.

Current Moon Phase
Waning Crescent
2% of full
Age: 28 days
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Current Moon Phase
Waning
2% of full
Age: 28 days
Learn More Here

Become a Member!

The Adirondack Public Observatory is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission of providing quality educational experiences for people of all ages through the science, technology and history of astronomy. Join us as we shoot for the stars and become a member. As a member of the Adirondack Public Observatory, you will help us continue to provide programing that promotes the understanding and enjoyment of astronomy as well as help to bring the next phase of the APO, the Astro-Science Center, to life.

 

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Stargaze With Us!
http://adirondackpublicobservatory.org/RORO