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Last Stargazing of the Season.

We had 23 visitors gazing at the moon when it briefly appeared through the clouds.


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The last Stargazing Evening of the season took place last night on Monday 6th March. Unfortunately we didn’t have many stars on view but we did manage a short glimpse at the moon through the telescope and a look at the constellations Orion and Cassiopeia. Thank you to John Pressly from Coats Observatory for hosting and his interesting talk on Isalmic and Indian Astronomy and to his colleague from Dundee’s Mills Observatory Robert who also added a few slides of what to look out for in the coming weeks.

We hope to have Stargazing back after the summer for the new autumn winter season so keep an eye on our website nearer the time.

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