Anthropologist Timothy Pauketat of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign publishes appreciation for the Solstice Project’s contributions to archaeoastronomy and Southwestern archaeology.
Read an excerpt from his “Theoretical Stars in Alignment” here
, in press for the Journal of Skyscape Archaeology this year.
by Robert L. Kelly and David Hurst Thomas
By Rich Friedman and Anna Sofaer
LUNAR ECLIPSE at Chimney Rock and Pueblo Bonito
September 27, 2015
27-28 March, 2016, Solstice Project hosted“The Worlds of Cahokia and Chaco: Parallels of Cosmograhic Expanse and Power” Seminar with Timothy Pauketat, PhD, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and Chaco archaeologists.
4 minute video showing the dangers of expanding fracking in the sacred landscape of Chaco archaeology
Article shows astronomical markings and majestic architecture, describes Solstice Project's work
Presentation by Adriel Heisey, superb aerial photographer/videographer, partner of the Solstice Project for three decades Intriguing new exhibit, juxtaposing modern photos with Lindbergh’s Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe. Sunday, 25 October 2015, and runs through 25 May, 2016
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Archaeologist John Roney and Anna Sofaer recently developed an "Urgent Proposal to Record Chaco’s Prehistoric Roads" to submit to BLM in its current “scoping period.” Support this Proposal with your comments!
Narrated by Robert Redford. It continues to be broadcast across the country. Franz Joachim, the CEO of PBS of New Mexico: "The average Prime Time rating was 2.8. These are the kinds of numbers we expect with Nova, Nature and Masterpiece Theatre.""
October 2014 letter to Secretary Jewell regarding danger to Chaco from fracking
The Solstice Project's LiDAR Study
Chaco Canyon's Great North Road revealed by the Solstice Project, published in American Archaeology
Announced by The National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Solstice Project
National Trust for Historic Preservation supports the Solstice Project's LiDAR Documentation
Chaco's Great North Road and related video productions
Museum Installation of the Sun Dagger Explorer
The Solstice Project's interactive computer model of The Sun Dagger of Chaco Canyon opened May 15, 2009, The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Click here for more information
New Insights into the Chaco and Maya Cultures by Anna Sofaer and Christopher Powell
New Insights into Chaco Roads with New Technology
Rich Friedman: The Chacoan Great North "Road" LiDAR Project Anna Sofaer: Ancient Chacoan Roads: New Aerial Technology Provides New Insights
A Solstice Project symposium in Farmington, NM on Chaco Roads and our new research in progress
Chacoan site of spectacular lunar alignment was designated a National Monument
These organizations are valuable resources.