Check out some of our past astronomy groups!
Travel with a Spears group and make new friends with like interests. We have had the opportunity to plan eclipse trips all over the world. Viewing a solar eclipse requires you to be in the "path of totality". As the moon's shadow touches the surface of the earth, the widest path of totality is approximately 100 miles. The longest viewing is usually seen from the center of that path. Therefore, it is usually necessary to travel to be in the prime spot to view and photograph this fascinating event. Our past astronomy trips have been a huge success. Click on the links below to see pictures and read more about our adventures!
Sky & Telescope's Astronomy Chile Trip - March 2017
Sky & Telescope's 4th annual Iceland Aurora trip - October 2016
Total Eclipse to Indonesia with Fred Espenak - March 2016
Sky & Telescope's 3rd annual Iceland Aurora trip - October 2015
Sky & Telescope's 2nd annual Iceland Aurora trip - October 2014
Sky & Telescope's Astronomy Chile Trip - March 2014
Sky & Telescope's Kenya Eclipse - November 2013
Fred Espenak's total eclipse to Kenya - November 2013
Sky & Telescope's Iceland Aurora Adventure - April 2013
Fred Espenak's total eclipse to Cairns Australia - November 2012
Sky & Telescope's Chile Observatory Trip - September 2011
Fred Espenak's total eclipse to Southern China - July 2009
Fred Espenak's total eclipse to Southern China - July 2008
Hope to see you on a future total eclipse group or other astronomy outing!
Check out some past photos!
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With over 20 years of astronomical tour experience Spears Travel has become one of the premier astronomy and eclipse trip providers. Great care is taken with every aspect of the tour to insure your safety and comfort. No surprises! Spears Travel is leading the way in astronomy-related tours and we invite you to take a look at our current list of adventures and some photos from past trips. You won't want to miss our group astronomy travel!
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