Sage Conditions

  • Local Time: Sat Jul 20 8:55 PDT
  • Today's Sunrise: 05:56
  • Today's Sunset: 20:08
  • Today's Moonrise: 22:45
  • Today's Moonset: 9:20
  • The Moon is UP
  • Moon age: 18.2 days
  • Moon phase: Waning Gibbous
  • Next new moon: 7/31/19 20:12 PDT
  • Illuminated fraction: 87.3%
  • Moon Distance: 405505 km
    measured from center of earth
  • Astro. Dawn: 04:15 - 05:56
  • Astro. Dusk: 20:08 - 21:49
  • Outside Temp:
  • Inside Temp:
  • Obs Out. Temp: 57.8 °F
  • Obs In. Temp: 49.6 °F
  • Humidity:
  • Cloud Cover: [Graph]
  • Astro Calendar: 14d 30d 60d

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All Sky Camera

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Current Local Weather

LIVE wx200d/1.3 interface
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Daily weather plot Find more about Weather in Frazier Park, CA
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External links

A weather page for this location is at Weather Underground

NOAA weather prediction: NOAA (long & lat) NOAA

The David and Kathleen Beccue home page is found at http://www.beccue.com

Cabin & Observatory Info

Information is here on cold weather water startup, cold weather water shutdown, and playing movies on the computer upstairs.

A GPL raytrace program, for telescope design is available here: raytrace.tgz.

The philosophy behind an observatory design is documented here.

Andrew's site is here and blog is here . Angels and Ministers of Grace, defend us!

APOD Feed

Apollo 11 Landing Panorama

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Tranquility Base Panorama

Tranquility Base Panorama Tranquility Base Panorama


Shadowed Moon and Mountain

On July 16 the Moon celebrated the 50th anniversary of the On July 16 the Moon celebrated the 50th anniversary of the


Apollo 11: Descent to the Moon

It had never been done before. It had never been done before.


Apollo 11 Launches Humans to the Moon

Everybody saw the Moon. Nobody had ever been there. Everybody saw the Moon. Nobody had ever been there.


The Space Station Crosses a Spotless Sun

The Space Station Crosses a Spotless Sun   The Space Station Crosses a Spotless Sun


Eagle Aurora over Norway

What's that in the sky? What's that in the sky?


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