For all interested astronomers…
A new year, so we’ll have another go at using the new telescope that has been donated to the school to get a close-up view of the craters on the moon, Saturn’s rings, the moons of Jupiter (well, maybe not as close-up as the Galileo probe), and understand why the pointers are three stars, not two!
As usual, an announcement will be made at 3:10pm if it looks like it will be too cloudy to see any celestial objects. Considering our wonderful skill for breaking droughts, be ready. But we’ll try!
Date: Friday, 10 June
Time: 5:00pm to approx 6:30pm
Location: On the tennis court above the Science block
The school carpark will be open