The Home of Arkansas’ Meteor Detection Camera.

New Amazon store to Promote STEM in Arkansas
SkyDome Programs:

Visit our new store for recommendations on products to help you explore the night sky or begin your search for everyday Amazon purchases.  A portion of each purchase goes toward equipment in the SkyDome Programs to encourage students in science and math. 

Arkansas Night Sky Events:

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Feb 16th - Look for the return of the crescent moon to the evening sky over the next few nights. Look low in the west about 6:30.

If you have a low horizon begin looking for Venus as well as it ... See more

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  • NASA Awards Contract for Construction,...
    on February 16, 2018 at 9:00 pm

    NASA has selected Firelake-Arrowhead NASA Services of Lenexa, Kansas, to perform facility management, surveying, energy management, life safety code compliance and […]

  • New Mexico Students to Speak with NASA Astronaut...
    on February 16, 2018 at 6:07 pm

    Students from six schools in Alamogordo, New Mexico, will speak with a NASA astronaut living, working and doing research aboard the International Space Station at 11 a.m. EST […]

 
Portable Planetarium Programs
Explore science and the wonders of the night sky with our portable planetarium and mobile science museum!  Serving Arkansas and surrounding states.

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The portable planetarium is only part of our mobile science museum. Telescopes, Meteorites, Rocket Models, and NASA memorabilia are brought to your event for a program that’s out of this world!


Free Download / Print Monthly Star Charts



SkyDome Sponsorship Opportunities
  • Digital Projection System
    High-end video projector with special lenses to project live video and programs onto the dome.
    Sponsor Needed: $10,000
  • GPS Telescope
    To allow viewing of the planets and brightest stars during the school day.
    Sponsor Needed: $3,500

Video Channel

 

 
MeteorCam: Latest Meteor detection. Interesting / Recent Event Images
   
   
Have you seen something in the sky and don’t know what it was? Want to know where to find a particular planet or object? Have an astronomical question in general? Send us your questions to observatory(at)arkansassky.com

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