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2019 Bryce Canyon Astronomy Festival Poster Miller Planisphere Star Finder, Latitude 40 Degrees North Sharing The Skies Navajo Astronomy
Bryce Canyon Astronomy Festival Poster
Celebrating 50 Years of Astronomy
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This is an official limited edition poster for the 2019 Bryce Canyon Astronomy Festival with art by Peter Densmore

This price includes a cardboard mailing tube.

  • Made in USA. Size 10.5" in diameter.
  • Easy to use - Just dial the date and time
  • Shows just your sky horizon to horizon
  • Makes it easy to find constellations
  • A lifetime tool - durable plastic disks (not cardboard like others)

This cross-cultural view of Navajo and Western astronomy provides a look at traditional Navajo astronomy, including their constellations and the unique way in which Navajo people view the cosmos and their place within it.

Sharing the Skies provides a look at traditional Navajo astronomy, including their constellations and the unique way in which Navajo people view the cosmos and their place within it. In addition, this book offers a comparison of the Navajo astronomy with the Greek (Western) perceptions. Beautifully illustrated with original paintings from a Navajo artist and scientifically enhanced with NASA photography. 57 color and 8 b/w illustrations

72 pages
8 x 0.3 x 9 inches
NIGHT SKIES of the American Southwest Bryce Canyon Night Sky Bana North Star - giclee print - domed
NIGHT SKIES of the American Southwest
List Price: $19.99
Price: $19.99
Hardcover
Size: 9.5"X12"
Pages: 48


“Half the Park is After Dark,” a slogan coined by astronomer and night sky advocate Tyler Nordgren leading up to the centennial of the National Park Service, is now a commonly recognized way to promote nighttime activities on our public lands. Growing up in Southern California, our favorite family summer vacations were often to places like Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park, Yosemite National Park, and the National Forests surrounding them. At that time our evenings were mostly spent having dinner and hanging out at the lodge or motel. If I would have known back then that half the park is after dark, I would certainly have pestered my parents to explore and discover a night sky far richer than we had in our suburban home on the outskirts of Los Angeles."


Did you know that the "night skies," aka "starry skies" or "dark skies," are a critical natural resource?  Aside from the stunning beauty of these skies, animals rely on natural cycles of light and dark for navigation, protection, mating and predation. Light pollution disrupts this, which is why our National Parks are working hard to maintain this resource. The night skies in many  National Parks are so spectacular, that we decided to create a Bana series featuring this special scenery. This Bana features the Night Sky of Bryce Canyon National Park, where you can see 7,500 stars on a moonless night!

Bana™ headwear keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.  Made from 100% micorfiber polyester and is UPF 35 rated.  The breathable fabric wicks away moisture and dries quickly.

  • odor resistant
  • seamless
  • 12 ways to wear
  • one size fits most
  • lens safe
  • 9" x 18"

North Star - giclee print - domed

When the earth spins, there is a star in the Northern Hemisphere that seems to be fixed -- Polaris. It is used for celestial navigation and is part of the Ursa Minor constellation -- or the pattern of stars called the “Little Dipper”.


Finish: Solid brass, electro-plated with non-tarnishing silver finish, giclee print, domed, ear wires are hypo-allergenic
Dimensions: Hangs approx. 1.75"