There’s nothing better then getting out at night with a telescope, a good supply of snacks, and some tunes to settle in for a few hours of stargazing. But standing for hours or sitting on a folding chair can really spoil the night. To avoid stargazing neck cramps an adjustable astronomy observing chair is what you need. Good news: they exist! Not only do they exist but there are options. My butt and I have put the best ones through their paces and put together this guide to the best stargazing chairs on the market right now.
The stars at night are big and bright deep in the heart of Texas! As a San Antonio native I have spent many, many hours stargazing at some pretty amazing spots throughout this state. Now I want to pay that forward and share some of my favorite places to go stargazing in San Antonio. This is Texas though, so be ready to drive. Ya’ll know how that goes, if you’ve lived very long in the Lone Star State. Start planning your stargazing road trip now.
It was a quiet night in San Antonio when I saw my first UFO. I’ve been hooked ever since, spending my nights alone looking up at the night sky. But whether you’re tracking flying saucers on the down low like me or instagramming every satellite you see, you’ll need a great set of UFO spotting night-vision goggles. We’ve got you covered. I’ve been testing night-vision googles day and night (well OK just at night) and now I’m ready to tell you what the best ones were like.
Stargazing is something I love to do with my two kids and when it comes to the best ways to lay and look up at the skies, I’m an expert. So here I am to tell you which tent is the best one for laying on your back and looking up at the stars.
From mesh roof tents to all other kinds of tents, my kids and I have tried them all. Over the last few weeks of summer, my trio and I narrowed it down and tried out the three specific tents we thought were the best. This is how those tents matched up to me and my kids. Look up and share the wonder we’ve seen.