What’s New in Phase 3?
It’s official—Lowell Observatory has moved to phase 3 of our phased reopening plan! We would like to thank everyone for their patience, understanding, and support over our cautious and gradual […]Read More
Reopening: What is Phase 2?
It’s official—we’re moving to Phase 2A of our phased reopening plan on April 2nd, 2021!* This means that we’ll have even more on-campus tours and telescope viewing sessions available for […]Read More
GODO Premium Access: A New Way to Touch the Stars
Comet NEOWISE over the Giovale Open Deck Observatory, featuring our new glowing pathway | Jim Cole In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we here at Lowell Observatory made the […]Read More
LOWELL OBSERVATORY COMMENCES A SCIENCE-BASED COVID-19 REOPENING PLAN IN ALIGNMENT WITH CDC GUIDELINES
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 07 August 2020 LOWELL OBSERVATORY COMMENCES A SCIENCE-BASED COVID-19 REOPENING PLAN IN ALIGNMENT WITH CDC GUIDELINES Flagstaff, AZ. – Employing a cautious and scientifically rigorous […]Read More
Our Pledge to Put Health and Safety First
In conjunction with the Flagstaff Arts Council and a number of other organizations that form Flagstaff’s rich culture sector, we at Lowell Observatory have committed ourselves to protecting the health […]Read More
LOWELL OBSERVATORY TEMPORARILY CLOSES ITS VISITOR PROGRAM TO DETER SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS
Flagstaff, AZ. – Lowell Observatory is temporarily closing its on-site visitor program in Flagstaff, Arizona, to help deter the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). As a nonprofit research institution that attracts […]Read More