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Go Stargazing is pleased to recommend the fabulous Space Detectives and their forthcoming online workshops “Space Club Live”. Aimed at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children (ages 5 through to 11) the workshops cover various astronomy topics including planets, the Moon and even galaxies! Each session includes a live experiment and space relatedRead More
The annual Perseids meteor shower is possibly the most eagerly anticipated by astronomers. For several years they have resulted in a great show with dozens of bright meteors being spotted every hour around the peak of their activity. Each year as the Earth travels on its orbit around the Sun it encounters a vast swatheRead More
Image used with kind permission from Darren Musgrove When is the best time to see comet NEOWISE? Comet C/2020 F3 NEOWISE, to give its full designation, will be visible in the evening skies by observers in the Northern hemisphere throughout July 2020. The comet’s closest approach to Earth is on 24th July when it willRead More