Don't forget to Check Our Weather!
The suggested donation for the specific events listed below includes the cost of General Admission. Rain or clear, we survive only on your generous donations.
$5 for each Adult
$3 Children under 14
FREE for Members.
The Kepler Music is composed directly from data collected by the Kepler Space Telescope. Observations come from a tiny section of the Milky Way. Exoplanets are observed in their orbits of distant suns.
Each song in The Kepler Music is based on a different exoplanet’s light curve. Each exoplanet like 452b has a unique signature and therefore offers a different set of tones. The group of planets represented in the Kepler Music are but a handful of nearly 5000 discovered to date. The arc of the tones produced translates directly to the orbit of the planet across its sun.
Suggested Donation: $10 Non-Members, $8 Members, Students with ID FREE.
Board Meeting: Saturday, May 21 at 4:30 PM
Members of the Institute may attend and observe and are given time to address the board before the beginning and after adjournment but not during the meeting, unless invited to speak by a board member.
Annual meeting and BBQ is Saturday, June 25 at 4:30 pm
The Annual Meeting and elections for Custer Institute at 4:30 p.m at the Custer Institute
NIGHT, Last Friday of each month
A Members-Only evening for mingling, observing, enjoying the observatory and its resources, discussing Custer's present and planning its future together. Coordinated by Staff Members. Admission: FREE for Members and their guests.
- Custer Weather
- Plan your visit
- Visitor's Guide
- Group Visits
- Custer History
- Our Equipment
- Contact us
- The Music Project
Membership & Business
- Membership Information
- Membership via PayPal
- Membership (PDF)
- Join our YaHoo Groups
- Custer on facebook
- Custer Bylaws
- Cert. of Incorporation
- Legislative Endorsement
- Policies and Procedures