Felton Davis

Tracking Jupiter and Its Four Moons with Felton Davis on East 3rd Street [PHOTOS]

Posted May 19, 2014 at 6:05 am

Seeing a tripod-mounted telescope on an East a Village sidewalk will always draw a crowd. Such is the case whenever Felton Davis wheels his rig to any neighborhood corner for some choice sidewalk stargazing. The locals love it. Just before sundown Saturday evening, Davis assembled his shopping cart of gear outside his usual spot at The […]

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Rare ‘Tetrad’ Total Lunar Eclipse Schedule Begins Tonight with Blood Moon

Posted April 14, 2014 at 10:21 am

Thanks to unavoidable light pollution, star-gazing is somewhat of a difficulty within the city limits. Unless you’re Felton Davis (sidewalk stargazer), the average dweller can’t see clearly; those on the Lower East Side have a better view, but it’s nothing great. But late tonight is a big astronomical event that all can behold. There will […]

Stargazing on Second Avenue

Last modified April 13, 2014 at 12:28 pm

The average New Yorker takes pride in not being starstruck…planets, however, are another story.