Look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious. ~Stephen Hawking
The Hollis Social Library owns a telescope from the New Hampshire Astronomical Society’s Library Telescope Program. It was generously donated to us by Hollis resident Lloyd Deenik. This telescope was specifically designed with minimal moving parts making it ideal for easy transport and use. Reserve it today and start your stargazing adventure. Reserve it here.
Our telescope circulates for 1 week and you can use it to view stars, planets, the moon, and other celestial bodies. Don’t know where to look in the night sky? Use these helpful sites to pinpoint what’s in our sky tonight: space.com, earthsky.org, and in-the-sky.org.