Jim Krehbiel, art professor, and Barbara Andereck, physics and astronomy professor of Ohio Wesleyan University, accompanied by Natalie Cunningham, alumna, will be visiting remote, Anasazi sites in Southeast Utah between May and December 2010. The participants will be looking for evidence of Puebloan use of astronomy in the 12th and 13th centuries. They will be searching for markers--direct observation points--of the risings and settings of the sun and moon at significant positions such as solstices, equinoxes and standstills. Further, they will examine the orientation of ceremonial architecture. Earlier archaeoastronomy research at other Anasazi sites will provide context for their findings.