Paramount School Park Stargaze



Type: Star Party

Keywords: Public Free

Held on: Apr 15, 2023 (Sat) at 10:00 PM to Apr 16, 2023 (Sun) at 12:30 AM

Sunset Times:

  • Official at 07:59 PM
  • Civil at 08:31 PM
  • Nautical at 09:11 PM
  • Astronomical at 09:54 PM

Lunar Phase:

Location: 15300 8th Avenue Northeast, Shoreline, WA 98155

Event Coordinator: Bill ONeil


This public "Star Gaze" event is authorized by the city of Shoreline, Parks & Recreation Department and is free of charge.  
Experienced astronomers from the Seattle Astronomical Society (SAS) volunteer their time and telescopes and binoculars to share with the public.  Everyone is welcome including families with children.
The Moon is near its "third quarter" phase and as such the Moon does not rise until near or after midnight making Shoreline skies particularly dark and favorable for stargazing.
Check the SAS website < > frequently for star gazing event status.  If weather conditions force cancellation of an event, that news will be posted not later that 4PM the day of the event.  
Visit the SAS website for other Puget Sound star gazing events, and for outreach opportunities, meetings and membership information.


Latitude 47.7401326, Longitude -122.3201913

More Information

Monthly "Skymaps" for identifying celestial targets and constellations along with a vast number of stargazing tools and publications can be found on website < >
More astronomy information on identifying monthly and seasonal celestial targets, training materials and observing challenges can be found on "Astronomical League" website < >
Globe at Night educational challenge materials on "dark sky preservation" and identifying light pollution can be found on website < >

Paramount School Park Star gaze coordinator is Bill O'Neil.


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