The Moon.... Our nearest neighbour in space. Its big, its bright and we know it well. We have even been there; in 1969 we landed men on the moon. WOW! But how well do we really know it? How did it form and how do we know? Well tonight we will aim to challenge ourselves and understand our moon a little more, with our large aperture telescopes we will be able to see surface details, take pictures and see it like never before. Watch as we observe shadows cast through mountain valleys on the lunar surface, tracing shadows across the desolate landscape. As well as this of course there is the rest of the universe, of which we cannot resist telling you all about.
|Full Moon Party takes place at...|
|Kielder Observatory, Kielder (Science and Technology)|
|Type||Entry for||Guide price|
(Tickets priced from £18.15 to £46.75)
Ticket prices vary per event and for weekends or late events, concessions available. £18.15 - £46.75.
Various dates and times available, please visit the website for more information, booking is essential:
|Saturday||27/01/2018||Saturday||27/01/2018||19:45 - 22:45|
|Friday||02/02/2018||Friday||02/02/2018||19:45 - 22:45|
|Friday||02/03/2018||Friday||02/03/2018||19:45 - 22:45|
|Saturday||03/03/2018||Saturday||03/03/2018||19:45 - 22:45|
|Friday||30/03/2018||Friday||30/03/2018||19:45 - 22:45|
|Saturday||31/03/2018||Saturday||31/03/2018||19:45 - 22:45|
Times are approximate only, please visit the website for accurate times, up to date availability and to book: www.kielderobservatory.org
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