Major Lunar Standstill moonrise, Chimney Rock, Colorado
Ron Sutcliffe has been studying naked eye lunar phenomena since 1993 when he started to notice alignments with rock art.
After extensive research with contemporary literature, Ron realized that there was no modern text that deals with what the moon is doing on an horizon-based perspective, and why. MoonTracks was written to fill this void.
Ron has been studying and teaching ancient astronomy and the moon in the southwestern United States for over a decade. He has been a guest and adjunct professor at Colorado College, Northern Arizona University, Southwest Indian Polytechnic Institute as well as others. Ron has also lectured at Fort Lewis College, Crow Canyon Archaeological Area, Chimney Rock Archaeological Area, Chaco Canyon National Historic Park as well as private engagements and tours.
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364 Franklin Place
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
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ARCHITECTURE, AND ASTRONOMY