The best way to learn about the universe is to see it. People have a natural fascination with the sun, moon, planets and stars but most have never looked through a telescope or had someone explain what’s twinkling overhead. Even the most jaded of adults can be instantly transformed into wide-eyed kids when looking through a telescope for the first time. So come along, bring a six pack, and gaze in wonder at the grandeur of the universe.
With a couple of modest telescopes we’ll take you on a tour of the craters of the moon, Jupiter, and if we’re lucky some globular clusters and nebula. From there it will be your turn to have a spin on our scopes and cruise the skies.
Mitchell and Andrew are not astronomers, scientists or particularly good teachers. Andrew is a good cook and Mitchell writes words for newspapers – but we love stars and scoping.
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