The Summer sky is amazing with clarity you can only get in Eilat.
Of course next to our star the Sun even Jupiter is tiny ... See MoreSee Less
I don't know of a special reason to post this today other than it is amazing! ... See MoreSee Less
On the 40th anniversary of the world's first moonwalk, watch how legendary CBS anchor Walter Cronkite anchored the special broadcast.
This is at the top of my bucket list. I can show you the summer Milky May but we are way to far South for the Aurora Borealis. ... See MoreSee Less
Maciej Winiarczyk, who lives in Scotland, was stunned to see the bright lights of the aurora borealis shoot into view as he set up a time-lapse of the galaxy...
Photos from "What's Up" the Observatory of Eilat and the Arava's post (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less
Clocks go back 1 hour on Saturday night/Sunday morning 24/25 October.
This will give us an opportunity to start at 6:00pm see Saturn and the Summer sky and be back in time for dinner.
Second show at 11:00pm to welcome the winter sky ... See MoreSee Less