8pm this Friday 21st September we have Jacquie Milner with the next in our series of beginners nights, this time being "The Naked-Eye Sky".
The words “astronomy” and “telescope” are often used together, but there is a lot of astronomy you can do without a telescope. Let’s take the opportunity to look at some of the recurring things you can see in the sky just by looking up during the year, and all the jargon that goes with it, of course. This doesn’t mean you need to ditch your telescope, though. Not at all! But you might be surprised how often you can find yourself doing astronomy without any effort.
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