Keep watching the skies
CALLING all moon-gazers for an evening of lunar activity. Some 400 years ago, Galileo famously turned his telescope to the skies and observed the moon for the first time.
Visitors to Aberdeen’s Satrosphere Science Centre this evening will be encouraged to do the same at a free event celebrating the Earth’s largest natural satellite.
Autumn MoonWatch will offer the opportunity to experience fantastic views of the night sky and learn more about what is arguably its most significant spectacle.
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