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Hey there, stargazers! We've got some stellar news that has us doing cartwheels across the Milky Way. 🌌 Our team at AstroTours was honored to be cited by Colorado Martini in their recent NewsBreak article about Saturn's close approach to Earth.

The article, titled "Get Ready for Saturn's Stellar Performance", digs deep into the celestial event that has everyone buzzing: Saturn at opposition. This is a big moment for any sky-watcher because our ringed neighbor will be at its brightest and closest to Earth for the year.

Colorado Martini did a fantastic job of breaking down the science, offering viewing tips, and even recommending apps to enhance your Saturn-watching experience. And guess who they recommend for taking this astronomical marvel to the next level? Yup, you guessed it—AstroTours Boulder, CO!

We're thrilled to be a go-to source for people aiming to deepen their understanding of the cosmos. We aim to be your ultimate cosmic tour guides, whether it's a 2-hour stargazing session, an astral hike, or a daytime solar observation. 🌞🔭

A huge shout-out to Colorado Martini for acknowledging our efforts to bring the wonders of the universe closer to Earth. We're always shooting for the stars, but it's acknowledgments like this that truly make our day.

So, mark your calendars for Saturn and why not book a spot on one of our tours? Let's celebrate this cosmic event together!

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We have stellar news to share with all! Our very own founder and astronomer, Luke Huxley, was recently featured in CanvasRebel magazine. It's a cosmic honor to see Luke's passion for the stars, his remarkable journey, and AstroTours' mission celebrated in such a prestigious publication.

In the article titled "Meet Luke Huxley", you'll dive into the universe of Luke's aspirations, experiences, and the guiding philosophy behind AstroTours. He takes readers on a journey, exploring the essence of why he started AstroTours and what sets our offerings apart.

Luke shares about AstroTours' mission, highlighting not only the unifying perspective of looking up at the night sky but also the inspiring notion that we're all on this celestial journey together. He talks about how AstroTours aims to make astronomy accessible, inspiring, and connecting, extending beyond mere observation to embrace a profound connection with the cosmos.

CanvasRebel beautifully captures the essence of AstroTours, from our guided night tours to the significance of our educational programs and community engagement. Luke's personal background and the evolution of AstroTours from an idea conceived in Australia to a top-notch choice in educational astronomy in Colorado adds depth to the story.

The article also sheds light on what makes AstroTours unique, including the emphasis on outreach, accessibility, and the drive to provide out-of-this-world experiences. Luke's reflections on the rewarding aspects of his creative work will resonate with anyone who's ever looked through a telescope and felt that sudden connection with the universe.

You can read the full article here and explore not just the world of AstroTours but also the mind of the man who made it all possible.

We're incredibly proud of Luke's recognition and invite you to come and explore the universe with us, as we continue our mission of making the cosmos accessible to all. AstroTours stands ready to take you on an unforgettable journey through the night sky.

Updated: Aug 17

Join us at Unison for an enlightening and immersive astronomy experience!

The Unison Festival is a gathering that celebrates our innate creativity, receptivity, and connectivity, and what better way to honor these qualities than by connecting with the universe that surrounds us? Our astronomy program, tailored for souls of all ages, will be at the festival, allowing attendees to peek beyond our earthly domain, to the natural brilliance of the night sky above.

As our telescopes reveal the enchanting dance of stars and galaxies, our seasoned astronomers will weave tales and folklore from various traditions. These narratives will demonstrate the age-old human desire for connectivity, mirroring the festival’s mission to experience Unison with the greatest version of ourselves and the collective.

One story that beautifully aligns with the spirit of this gathering is the age-old concept of "As Above, So Below." This ancient adage encapsulates the idea that the cosmos mirrors our earthly experiences and vice versa. By understanding the stars, we delve deeper into understanding ourselves and our connection with everything.

At the Unison Festival, amidst the revelry of dance, music, and soulful connections, take a moment to journey with As the festival encourages clarity, sobriety, and peak sensory experiences, our cosmic tours offer an unparalleled, sobering perspective on our place in the universe.

Between moments of inspiration, expression, and the forging of lifelong friendships, ensure you also take a moment under the canopy of stars with us. Ready for a transformative experience that honors our bodies, our spirits, and the land that cradles us in celebration? The cosmos awaits. Learn more about unison here:

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