Mission 14: Moon & Stars

Mission Status: LoadingIn Progress

With a group of friends, watch the moon rise and learn, on another less moon-bright evening, to identify three constellations in the night sky.

Why?  Because being outside at night is super fun and a hero must learn how to deeply consider all aspects of life, including the night.  And also, because “consider” means “with the stars,” you do it with the stars.

4 Mission Notes

  1. Andrew Sullivan

    Alvaro Demarzi, my “constellations instructor,” and I in the amazing little planetarium at Sierra College just after his wonderful tour of the summer and winter night skies.

  2. Andrew Sullivan

    Alvaro teaching inside the planetarium — Rosa, my daughter, used a flash to take photo and light up the “night sky.” She also blinded Alvaro for a minute or so — whoops!

  3. Andrew Sullivan

    Watching the moon rise in Sea Ranch, CA. That’s my mom doing the watching — I’m taking the photo (not a very good one, as usual).

  4. Andrew Sullivan

    The lion, the Twins, and the Bull: constellations I am beginning to recognize in the night sky.

Document your mission

Connect with Facebook

  • (will not be published)

Heads up! You are attempting to upload an invalid image. If saved, this image will not display with your comment.

Embed Media: You can embed media by pasting the URL from: Youtube, Flickr, Instagram, Twitter

HTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>