stargazing with sydney observatory
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Come along for a night of astronomical discovery with Sydney Observatory. The cold winter sky is dominated this year by the jewel of the heavens, Saturn. The rings are one of the most awe inspiring sights to be seen through a telescope whereas nearby Mars is a tiny red dot! Our next door neighbour alpha centaurii, at just 40 thousand billion km away, can be seen as double stars and the only constellation to really look like its name sake, the Scorpion, is rising in the south east. The Observatory team will bring along telescope s to get a closer look at the night sky, all you need to bring is a warm coat and your curiosity. Join us whether Glebe skies are cloudy or clear.
For ages 5 & up
Wednesday 11 July
Book online or call 9298 3060
- On Wednesday 11 July from 17.30 to 19.30
Glebe Library, 186 Glebe Point Road (cnr Wigram Road) Glebe 2037 Venue details
City of Sydney Library
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bus – Glebe Point Road
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Glebe Library, 186 Glebe Point Road (cnr Wigram Road) Glebe 2037