We offer a unique and unforgettable nighttime experience – a star observatory and mobile stargazing activity using professional telescopes. Get to know the night skies and constellations using laser beams with which we will almost touch the stars. We will gaze at the planets, galaxies, nebula and binary stars – whatever the sky has to offer on our night out – all accompanied by scientific
astronomy and cosmology through courses, professional literature and desert nights under a star-filled sky.
There are currently several instructors at Star Songs, whose love for the sky is evident in all that they do. We conduct astronomy activities and social events, special evenings for couples, families, small and large groups of hundreds. We are also active at science centers, schools, astronomy courses and more. Our motto is to convey our great love of astronomy to as many people as possible.
Contact us and we will design an activity dedicated to your wishes.
Suitable for families, organized groups, worker unions and anyone attracted by the stars.
The star gazing experience can include a boutique beer prepared at a local brewery (Yeruham).
People have been looking to the skies for thousands of years, whether to navigate in dark nights, to follow the seasons of the year or to determine their future – so much so that astronomy has become one of the seven arts that everyone must be familiar with. We will take you on a fascinating celestial tour, beginning with the birth of astronomy to the latest astronomic discoveries of our time. We will embark on a journey where we will talk about physical stars – large gas orbs that illuminate our nights – and about stars that are anointed with crowns, songs, tales and beliefs.
Astronomer John Dobson, who introduced astronomy to the masses with his telescope, once said: “The importance of a telescope is not how big it is, it’s how many people got to look through it”.
Star Songs was established in 2015 by Moshe Glantz, an astronomy buff and member of the Israeli Astronomical Association, whose love for the sky led him to thoroughly study