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  1. United States
  2. Arizona
  3. Phoenix

Sonoran Desert Stargazing Tour

Product ID: 38858
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Let an astronomer guide you on a tour of the wonders of the universe. Travel from the earth to the moon and expand your horizons on this stargazing adventure in the Sonoran desert. Use a night vision device and discover the jewels of the nighttime sky!
About this activity
Duration 4 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide

Pickup included

Pick-up available at your accommodation provided it is within a transportation zone.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Discover the wonders of the night sky with a professional astronomer
  • Experience the Sonoran desert at night
  • See the closest stars to earth shine like jewels with a special night vision device
Full description
Discover lunar mountains, valleys, canyons, craters, and highlands in breathtaking detail on this unique 4-hour adventure into the Sonoran desert. Massive Jupiter, 500 million miles distant, comes alive through the eyepiece of a telescope.

Let a professional astronomer guide you as you view colorful belts, bands, swirls, the Great Red Spot, and the 4 Galilean moons. Multiple eclipses of Jupiter by its moons can be seen in real time.

Saturn, a billion miles distant, is one of the most beautiful objects in the heavens. Its ring system and moons can be seen clearly with night vision devices.

At distances in the hundreds of trillions of miles, the closest stars to the earth shine like jewels. Multiple star systems dazzle the imagination. Join Stellar Adventures and discover the wonders of the universe!
  • Snacks
  • Beverages
  • Professional astronomer (1 hour)
What’s Not Included
  • Pick up or drop-off at your accommodation
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Stellar Adventures

Product ID: 38858