Globe at Night Citizen Science

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Times for  September 9th- 18th 1 Easy step    Report Five Easy Star Hunting Steps for new observers Use the Globe at Night website to help find your constellation in the night sky. Use the Globe at Night website to find the latitude and longitude of the location where you are making your observation. Go…

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Best Nights For Viewing

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BOOK HERE This timing gives beautiful highlights of the Moon’s craters and mountains (great for small children and adults as well), planets up on the night and deep sky objects or alternatively a dark sky without the Moon. The night will be cancelled if it is too cloudy. Raincheck available if night cancelled. Masks and…

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International Observe the Moon Night 2020

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Saturday 26th September 7.00 -8.00 Stories about the Moon from around the world and tour of the night sky. International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN) is an annual worldwide public event that encourages observation, appreciation, and understanding of our Moon and its connection to NASA planetary science and exploration. Everyone on Earth is invited to…

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Close Approach of Mars Viewing

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CLOSE APPROACH OF MARS Mars is very close to Earth during October. Outside viewing at the telescope ONLY, is available. Dress for the snow. No tours or 3DMovies will be on. Jupiter and Saturn will also be visible.   Bookings online here  MARS VIEWINGS BOOKINGS HERE      

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Kaleidoscope of Nature Exhibition

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Image: “Lenticular Portent of Destruction”  Canon Powershot S3 IS ISO 75 1/60 Sec f/3.2mm 26.11.2010 19:11UT Mt Pleasant Victoria. Copy Right J.Bailey 5th January – 30th January 2021 We are Celebrating Nature As we slowly come through the Covid19 pandemic and after the 2019-20 Bushfires, we can see that nature can rebound. Who would have…

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