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“A fun informative evening”
Review of RedRock Astronomy

RedRock Astronomy
Ranked #8 of 102 things to do in Moab
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Don't miss your opportunity to view Moab and the surrounding area in its unique dark sky setting. SEE the stars & planets as you have never seen them before! COME ALONG with Alex as he shows you faraway galaxies, glittering star clusters, nebulae, & other breathtaking celestial sights with his high-powered telescopes and learning tools. Groups from 2-40, young & old alike, can share in this spectacular stargazing experience. Daytime solar viewing also available.
Reviewed 20 March 2018 via mobile

My husband, son (aged 8) and I really enjoyed our night with Alex. This is not about constellations, but it was amazing. We saw other galaxies, nebulas and a dead star. The group size was small and we all got plenty of time to look down the telescope. Alex had blankets to help keep us warm, but layer up! If you have some interest in the sky above I would highly recommend you take a trip.

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Reviewed 8 November 2017 via mobile

What an amazing night, found Redrock through a random interweb search so wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Turned out to be a great night and one of our best experiences in Moab. Alex took the time to explain what we were looking at and made sure everyone in the group had an opportunity to view through the telescope. From Nebulas to star clusters and even galaxies we were able to see it all!

3  Thank 708mambos
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Reviewed 28 October 2017

The week before arriving at Moab, I found Red Rock Astronomy while searching for a good place to stargaze. After reading the reviews, we decided to add this to our itinerary and it was worth it.

Alex, our astronomer, not only had use at the perfect location but with his equipment and sheer knowledge, I think I learned more about the cosmos than whatever was taught to me in school.

6  Thank Rafael B
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Reviewed 18 October 2017 via mobile

Alex is simply amazing! He's very knowledgeable and kept us engaged throughout the experience with different facts and questions. You can tell he is very passionate about what he does. He does provide chairs and blankets for you. He also tries to keep the groups smaller so everyone has adequate time at the telescope. After the tour, my husband was ready to schedule our next visit next summer so we can see some different celestial bodies. We were very impressed and happy with our experience! A must-do if you're in Moab!!!!

4  Thank Ahickmon
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Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

If you enjoy stargazing, you’ll love it. Alex has great equipment, a true passion for his job, and the perfect location...Groups meet in Moab and follow Alex (caravan style) to the viewing location about 15 minutes away. Once there, Alex gives each member of the group a chair and a blanket. About 10-15 minutes later, the telescope is set up and the program begins. Alex describes himself as a non-constellation astronomer. As such, the only constellation discussed all night will be the “Big Dipper.” Instead, Alex will focus on viewable nebula & planets. CAVEAT: Dress warmly!! If the wind starts blowing, you’ll wish you had a scarf and a winter hat!

3  Thank PJWEK
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