Organised by: Bath Preservation Trust and volunteers from BPT, Wiltshire Astronomical Society and the William Herschel Society. From 10:30 until 17:00 (subject to weather), there will be one or more solar telescopes at 19 New King Street. Solar telescopes will be set up in the garden of 19 New King Street so that visitors...
Astronomy doesn’t have to end at dawn. The daytime often allows viewing of the Moon, ...
Later this month sees Saturn reach opposition in the night sky and the brightest it’ll be ...
Our third attempt at observing this month was a success. We had 8 visitors during the 3 hours ...
May is the month when Jupiter is on the opposite side of the Earth compared to the Sun. This ...
Night timeSunset: 20:29
First QuarterPhase: 30.7%
Age: 9.08 days
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