If you’ve ever looked at a picture of earth at night from far away, there’s one spot that’s quite a lot darker than the rest and it’s right in the middle of the Adirondack Park.. The Forest Preserve provides star gazers with nothing but darkness and a pristine view of the night sky.. Which is just one of the reasons why The Adirondack Public Observatory is located where it is in Tupper Lake.. On the K&J show today, we explore the possibilities with Mike Staves, one of the original creators of the observatory. Mike speaks with us about the History of the project and walks us through the control room plus a visit from Congressman Bill Owens gives us an opportunity to focus on education, distance learning and how not to look at the sun during the day.
This K&J Show originally aired in The Morning News Late in August but the weather for the next 10 days may be optimal for night sky viewing which brought us back to this look at the Adirondack Observatory in Tupper Lake..