Proto-planetary disks forming. Check back soon!
Black Rock Observatory participated in an exhibition at Natural History Museum’s Summer Nights in the Garden, where we were invited back for a second year after an overwhelming response in 2015. This free public event provided an opportunity to view the moon as well as Jupiter and various star clusters through both our 14” and custom […]
Lightning in a Bottle is an Electronic Dance Music and Art festival held in Bradley, CA, on the remnants of seven spits of land that once jutted out into the nearby lake. The festival connects each spit with bridges and places large sound stages, lines of vendors, lecture halls, yoga spaces, and more along each […]
We participated in our first Mini Maker Faire on November 16th, in our remote northern outpost of Rochester, New York. And people absolutely loved Black Rock Observatory! We brought the 1:6 model of dome 2 to Rochester Riverside Convention Center to participate in the first ever Mini Maker Faire in Rochester on November 16 where […]
My wonderful supporters, we are working with the supplier to make sure you all get your rewards for pledging your support. Many have already gone out and I appreciate the patience of those who have not received their rewards. We’re actually ahead of schedule on some of them, but behind on others. We’ve run […]
Black Rock Observatory at YouTopia Just before Burning Man, the folks in the San Diego Collaborative Arts Project invited us to their regional decompression event, YouTopia: Revelation Revolution and asked us to apply for a grant and we did. The observatory was running over budget, so I desperately needed the funds in order to avoid […]
What an honor! Kickstarter shows us off to the world. The Observatory at Kickstarter Film Fest before opening. Since our last update, we’ve built the observatory twice. We had the honor of being chosen to represent the Los Angeles Kickstarter community among other awesome projects at the Kickstarter Film Fest in Griffith Park at the […]