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Stargazing Live 2018 January 24th


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It's almost time for the 7th annual Stargazing Live showcase event here at The Long Eaton School.

24th January from 6 - 9pm - FREE Admission.

 

Our special guest speaker will be Dr Helen Mason, Solar Astrophysicist from Cambridge University. Helen will be giving a talk in the main hall at approx. 7pm. Helen also works on the NASA SOHO mission.

 

Also on offer:

  • Observatory tours / observing subject to weather
  • Planetarium shows
  • Local societies and club displays
  • Experiments
  • Astronaut Training
  • Kids activities
  • EMS Stargazing outside subject to weather
  • Local University displays
  • R.A.S. Giveaway table (freebies from the Royal Astronomical Society)
  • Refreshments (subject to small charge)
  • Making comets (demonstrations)
  • Plus More!

 

All most welcome. Doors open at 6pm and will close at 9pm. Free and ample parking on site.

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Announcing additional special guest Dr Suzzane Imber from Leicester University and BBC Tv programme "Astronauts: Do You Have What It Takes?"

 

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looked a great night for it, sorry i couldn`t make it as it being my birthday and wife and kids wanted to go out for dinner.

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