Yuri’s Night 2015

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“Space…the Final Frontier…”

These famous words resonate with people all over the world! They encapsulate our fascination for exploring the unknown and our determination to push the boundaries of science.

For over a decade, the 12th of April has been recognized as Yuri’s Night in commemoration of Yuri Gagarin, the first human being to ever journey into space. This enormous feat set the stage for humanity’s race to explore the final frontier.

World Map showing Yuri Night events 

Program Details:

18:00 – Dinner and Satellite Hunting

Meal Cost $25  2 x Course, Member Discount applies.

19:00 – 19:30: Yuri’s Trivia

Get your friends together and test your knowledge about space exploration.

Cost per entrant $2, Maximum group size 8

20:00 – Lecture -  Leaving Earth – If or When?

20:30 onwards – Viewing at the telescopes (weather permitting)

Costs:

Meal Cost

$25  2 x Course, Member Discount applies.

Trivia Cost

Cost per entrant $2, Maximum group size 8

Viewing and Lecture Cost

$20 Adults

$15 Concession

$8 Students

$45 Family 2 Adults + 2 Children

$50 Family 2 Adults + 3 – 4 Children