… bringing the night sky to you!
Private astronomy instruction by astronomer, author, and TV personality John Mosley
That was a wonderful show on the Apollo program. It brought back memories. Thanks for inviting me to participate. -- Buzz Aldrin, astronaut
Many thanks for the views through your fine telescope. You're welcome back anytime. -- Ed Abbey, author
Thank you for your production expertise; well done. -- Carl Sagan, astronomer
You have a wonderful voice. -- John Travolta, actor
That was great! -- Meg Ryan, actress
Let's do it again ["Leviathan" planetarium production, 1985] -- Ray Bradbury, author
Thank you so much. I really liked your presentation. -- Tom Hanks, actor
Developing "Return"with you was a great learning experience.
-- Morton Subotnick, composer
John Mosley was an astronomer and educator at planetariums in Salt Lake City and Los Angeles from 1977 until 2006, and he specialized in presenting astronomical concepts to the public. He is now currently traveling the country in his motorhome with his wife Barbara and a portable telescope, conducting stargazing sessions for individuals and groups. When in your area, he is available to help you learn about and understand the sky.
- Author of five astronomy books
- Wrote and produced 50 planetarium shows
- Presentations to dozens of groups from scouts to physicians
- Developed dozens of museum exhibits
- Over 100 television appearances
- Led stargazing expeditions to the Caribbean, South America, etc.
Click in the boxes below to learn about available programs, about John Mosley, or to go to John's recommended astronomy web sites.
John's current schedule has him in Borrego Springs, California (south of Palm Springs), from December through March, in St. George, Utah, in April and May and again in October and November, and he travels during the summer.
John writes a weekly Sky Report for the Stellar Vista Observatory in Kanab, Utah, and you can access at https://stellarvistaobservatory.org.
John does not receive postal mail regularly while not in St. George. Contact him by emailing "john" followed by the "at" symbol and "StargazingAdventures_dot_org".