Astronomy

Eclipse 2017, Bozeman, Montana
Robert Sisk
Reflecting on the 1979 eclipse.  Read more >>
Bozeman Astronomy, Total Solar Eclipse August 21, Perseid Meteor
Jim Manning
Summer's astronomical bucket-list.  Read more >>
Star Trail, Celestial Coffee Pot
Manning, Jim
Summer's starry sky.  Read more >>
Fall Constellations, Bozeman
Manning, Jim
Fall's starry sky. Read more >>
Bozeman Astronomy, Jupiter, Spring Stargazing
Jim Manning
Tracking Jupiter this spring.  Read more >>
Winter Astrology, Bozeman, Zodiac
Manning, Jim
Winter astronomy. Read more >>
Calamity Jane, Outside Bozeman, Icons of the West, female historic figures
Manning, Jim
Fall stargazing. Read more >>
Montana Astronomy, Bozeman star-gazing
Manning, Jim
Spring constellations. Read more >>
Orion, Orion's Belt, Montana Astrology
Manning, Jim
Winter’s starry nights.If John Wayne were a constellation, he would be Orion. Read more >>
cyngus the Swan
Manning, Jim
Swan on the wing. Read more >>
star map, spring sky, Montana, corona borealis
Manning, Jim
The crown of the spring sky.  Read more >>
night sky, winter, Outside Bozeman, Montana
Manning, Jim
Riding high in the heavens.Ol’ man river,Dat ol’ man river,He mus’ know sumpin’But don’t say nuthin’ Read more >>
Autumn Constellations, Bozeman, Montana
Manning, Jim
Among Montana’s many iconic images is that of the lone fisherman, casting a fly on a trout stream in the clear September sunlight, with the early autumn chill just Read more >>
Illustration by Duncan Moran
Manning, Jim
Ah, spring! Read more >>
Manning, Jim
If provisions ran short on the journey west and a feller had to live off the land, chances are a jackrabbit or two eventually ended up in his pot. Read more >>
Manning, Jim
Move ‘em on, head ‘em up, head ‘em up, move ‘em out, move ‘em on, head ‘em out—Rawhide! Read more >>
Manning, Jim
As the world begins to sprout and bloom, the days and nights are better for strolling—but watch your step, for rattlesnakes and other wriggly reptiles are emerging from their lairs to sun themselves into activity once again. And they have plenty of cousins in the sky. Read more >>
Manning, Jim
Let’s say you’ve been kidnapped—God knows why. You’re tossed into a trunk, driven an interminable time, and dropped off in the middle of nowhere with only a jacket, a bottle of water, and two sticks of gum. Night is falling. What do you do? Read more >>
Jim Manning
Western mythos is filled with rootin’, tootin’, straight-shootin’ cowboys—ridin’, ropin’, wranglin’ and rough-housin’ their way into the stuff of legend. The ancient Greeks would have appreciated the type, for they had their equivalents, some of whom are memorialized in the sky. Read more >>
Jim Manning
No figure of the Old West is more iconic than the gunfighter—the lone wolf with the tortured soul, traversing a hostile landscape, selling his skills to the highest bidder for “a few dollars more.” The figures of the sky predated firearms, so nobody up there is packing. Read more >>
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