11 Reviews
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John Nardacci Jr.
· September 17, 2017
Best spot in western mass to observe! I had a great time up there plan to visit more often!
John A. Sillasen
· May 27, 2017
Been a member since 2000 and a graduate of the Star Watch Program for Volunteering at Public Observing events. A great program, a wonderful place and terrific members and leaders.
Jennifer Daly Spirito
· April 30, 2017
Amazing place to star gaze. I've learned so much since my first introduction to Arunah. Highly recommended
Jonathan Klinkowski
· July 29, 2014
One of the best places to star gaze and nature walk in the area.
A physicist and best-selling author, Dr. Hawking did not allow his physical limitations to hinder his quest to answer “the big question: Where did the universe come from?”
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Pictures In History

Margaret Hamilton, NASA's lead software engineer for the Apollo program, stands next to the code she wrote by hand. Incredibly, it was used to take humanity to the moon, 1969

China's premier space station, Tiangong-1, has a one-way ticket into the Earth's atmosphere later this month. See it before it's no more.
Talk about a lucky shot: An amateur astronomer who was testing a new camera just happened to catch the birth of a new supernova.
Pieces of a bolide that lit up Michigan skies Tuesday night survived their fiery plunge and came to Earth.
The galaxy cluster, featured in a Hubble Space Telescope photo, weighs in at three million billion suns.|By Sydney Pereira
Data from NASA's Spitzer and Hubble space telescopes were combined to make a three-dimensional, fly-through view of the picturesque Orion Nebula.
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January 10

Hoping John now has a great view of the entire NGC catalog from the other side...

Of course a picture with John wearing a classic AH Days tee shirt.

Sometime when Spring returns to Arunah Hill we'll have a memorial star gazing session.

Read the Obituary and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. | HOLYOKE -- John Davis died Jan. 3, 2018, at the age of 86. He was born in Manchester, New Hampshire, grew up in Winchester, and had lived in Amherst for most of his adult life. He was devoted to
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January 7
After learning that Young had died Saturday at the age of 87, Richard Sanderson quickly remembered John Young’s memorable Springfield visit.

We are sad to announce that longtime local astronomer and Arunah Hill member John Davis has passed away. His knowledge of the night sky was impressive. He will be missed. Rest In Peace John.

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Winter has arrived at Arunah Hill.

This Saturday is our next Arunah Hill Work Party. Just some general cleanup and maybe a little road/trail maintenance are on the agenda as we head into the winter season.

Sat 10:00 AM ESTArunah HillCummington, MA