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The story of Apollo 11. We step back 50 years to the momentous summer of ‘69 when Neil Armstrong and ’Buzz’ Aldrin from the crew of Apollo 11 landed on the Moon and returned safely to the Earth with their colleague Michael Collins, who had remained aloft circling the Moon. . . .
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To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the first Moon landing in July 1969. Tickets: £5. 00 for adults, or £3. 00 for children under 16. All minors must be accompanied by an adult – No Unaccompanied minors. Activities include. Many space-themed hands-on activities. Special shows and presentations. High-definition interactive screens. . .
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to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the first Moon landing in July 1969. Tickets: £5. 00 for adults, or £3. 00 for children under 16. All minors must be accompanied by an adult – No Unaccompanied minors. Activities include. Many space-themed hands-on activities. Special shows and presentations. High-definition interactive screens. . .
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The story of Apollo 11. We step back 50 years to the momentous summer of ‘69 when Neil Armstrong and ’Buzz’ Aldrin from the crew of Apollo 11 landed on the Moon and returned safely to the Earth with their colleague Michael Collins, who had remained aloft circling the Moon. . . .
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To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the first Moon landing in July 1969. Tickets: £5. 00 for adults, or £3. 00 for children under 16. All minors must be accompanied by an adult – No Unaccompanied minors. Activities include. Many space-themed hands-on activities. Special shows and presentations. High-definition interactive screens. . .
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Footprints on the Moon’ The Apollo Moon Landings. The Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down on the lunar surface in their lunar module ‘Eagle’ on July 20, 1969. They were the first of only 12 people to stand on the lunar surface – so far. There. . .
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On late Spring and Summer evenings – if the skies are clear – we can see some familiar star patterns, including the Great Bear, Leo, (the Lion), Virgo, (the Maiden), Scorpius, (the Scorpion), and many others. In July and August, from dark locations, the faintly glowing band of the Milky. . .
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Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System. It is a world of raging storms and multilevel clouds of various colours. It has a radius almost 11 times the size of Earth and about 60 Moons. Saturn is about nine times Earth’s radius with about 50 Moons and is. . .
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To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the first Moon landing in July 1969. Tickets: £5. 00 for adults, or £3. 00 for children under 16. All minors must be accompanied by an adult – No Unaccompanied minors. Activities include. Many space-themed hands-on activities. Special shows and presentations. High-definition interactive screens. . .
SDPMoonfest600x852.jpg
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the first Moon landing in July 1969. Tickets: £5. 00 for adults, or £3. 00 for children under 16. All minors must be accompanied by an adult – No Unaccompanied minors. Activities include. Many space-themed hands-on activities. Special shows and presentations. High-definition interactive screens. . .
LunarFootprint600x430.jpg
Footprints on the Moon’ The Apollo Moon Landings. The Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down on the lunar surface in their lunar module ‘Eagle’ on July 20, 1969. They were the first of only 12 people to stand on the lunar surface – so far. There. . .
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Come to the Planetarium for a flight of fancy to explore our planetary neighbours. From hot little Mercury, closest planet to the Sun, past cloud-covered Venus, beautiful blue Earth strong and red Mars we head for the outer planets. . . .
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Studded with fabulous star clusters and beautiful, multi-coloured clouds of gas streaked with dust, the faintly glowing band of the Milky Way arches almost overhead from horizon to horizon at this time of year. . . .
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Moon Mapper

30 July, 19:00 - 21:00

West Sussex Record Office

‘Moon Mapper: Sir Patrick Moore and the Landings on the Moon’, a talk by Dr John Mason. Limited tickets at £8 (non-refundable); must be purchased in advance on 01243 753602. Refreshments provided. . . .
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On late Spring and Summer evenings – if the skies are clear we can see some familiar star patterns, including the Great Bear, Leo, (the Lion), Virgo, (the Maiden), Scorpius, (the Scorpion), and many others. In July and August, from dark locations, the faintly glowing band of the Milky Way. . .
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An Introduction to Cryogenics and Superconductivity. Join Chichester Skeptics in the Pub at 19. 30 on Tuesday 17th September to hear from Dr. Jess Spurrell on ‘Frozen Aliens and Superpowers: An Introduction to Cryogenics and Superconductivity’. Cryogenics typically works with liquid nitrogen (-196 degrees C or 77 K) and liquid. . .
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Talk by Alan Green. Limited tickets at £8 (non-refundable); must be purchased in advance on 01243 753602. Refreshments provided. . . .
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