Julian's crystal clear mountain air is a perfect setting for this
unique sky tour. During the hour of viewing in our observatory, planets,
the Moon, hundreds of NGC objects, and multiple star systems are
available to look at.
Each sky tour is unique and may include comets, asteroids, special events when observable,
and any of the other 64,000 objects in the telescope's database.
When guests stay the second night, special attention is made to show different
objects than what was seen in the previous night's sky tour. Generally,
about 12 objects are viewed in the hour, including a planet,
open star cluster, globular cluster, nebula, planetary nebula, galaxy,
several multiple/interesting star systems, and the moon when observable.