Ron took advantage of the New Year's sparkling clear skies following our bountiful rains to photograph the Pleiades.
Today is Winter Solstice and the sunsets continue to be glorious.
After a two-year suspension due to Covid the 35th Annual Parade of Lights was a big success at Santa Barbara Harbor.
Comet Leonard is 2021’s best comet and is now moving toward its closest point to the sun.
Ron shares a colorful winter sunset over low tide.
The Andromeda Galaxy (Messier 31) is now overhead in Santa Barbara's night sky.
An edhat reader shares a photo of a "fiery" sunset from Wednesday.
At dusk on Saturday, October 9, clear skies in Santa Barbara revealed the arresting conjunction of the four-day-old crescent Moon shining only 2.5 degrees away from brilliant Venus.
Ronald captured a photo of the moonrise over the Santa Barbara Channel on Sunday.
Edhat readers share photos and videos of the July 4th fireworks.
Edhat readers share photos of Tuesday evening's Flower Supermoon.
Ronald captured a photo of April's full "pink moon."
Ronald shares a close-up photo of the moon being just 5 days old on March 18.
Beginning on March 3, Mars was within 2.6 degrees of the Pleiades star cluster.
Edhat readers share their photos of the passing storm from this week.
Ron shares a photo of a double rainbow from Saturday after a light rain.
Ronald shares a photo of the first new moon of 2021 that debuted on January 13.
Ronald shares a photo of a shooting star streaking through Orion's belt above Santa Barbara.
Ronald shares a colorful Fall sunset from Monday evening.
On Friday night, October 2, the Harvest Moon, made rosy by smoke from fires, glided very close to the red planet Mars at 10:00 PM with only about 1 degree separation