While the use of artificial light at night (ALAN) grows at a rate double that of the rate of world population change, each year we learn more about its ecological, astronomical, public safety and energy security implications.
The Fountain Hills High School is hosting a virtual reality station at the 2nd Annual Fountain Hills Dark Sky Festival to provide a thrilling experience of outer space.
The local Dark Sky Association has decided to put its weight behind a potential Astroscience Discovery Center
The International Dark Sky Association presented its annual awards recently at the IDA meeting held in…
Hi fellow stargazers! The Fountain Hills Astronomy Club is back from a long summer break with…
Learn about a few things you can do to limit your exposure to artificial light at night.
There are many reasons why we should do what we can to protect our view of the stars. Read more:
As our cities grow larger and our lights get brighter, many urban and suburban areas are losing their view of the night sky.
Thanks to our dark skies, the fireworks display at Fountain Park this 4th of July was once again a spectacular event!
Fountain Hills was recently mentioned in Sunset Magazine’s June 2018 edition. Read the snippet below on how Sunset Magazine mentioned our small town in this big news!