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About This Show. 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 that of Earth and has about 80 moons. . Saturn is about nine times Earth’s radius also with. . .
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Summer nights Shooting Stars.

6 August, 15:30 - 16:30

About This Show. On late Spring and Summer evenings – if the skies are clear – we can see some familiar star patterns, including the Great Bear, Hercules, Ophiuchus (the Serpent Bearer), Scorpius, (the Scorpion), and many others. In July and August, from dark locations, the faintly glowing band of. . .
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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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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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Summer nights Shooting Stars.

11 August, 15:30 - 16:30

On late Spring and Summer evenings – if the skies are clear – we can see some familiar star patterns, including the Great Bear, Hercules, Ophiuchus (the Serpent Bearer), 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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Summer nights Shooting Stars.

13 August, 15:30 - 16:30

On late Spring and Summer evenings – if the skies are clear – we can see some familiar star patterns, including the Great Bear, Hercules, Ophiuchus (the Serpent Bearer), 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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Destination Mars, the Red Planet.

16 August, 15:30 - 16:30

This Summer Mars will be a prominent object in the southern night sky, its bright orangey-red disk an easy object some way below the fainter stars of Pisces, the Fishes. Spacecraft have shown us a bitterly cold, dry planet, with huge volcanoes, vast canyons, craters and ancient river valleys. Far. . .
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Our Galaxy, The Milky Way.

18 August, 13:30 - 14:30

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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Our Galaxy, The Milky Way.

18 August, 15:30 - 16:30

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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Recent advances in technology have enabled astronomers to discover new planets in orbit around stars beyond our Sun: so-called extrasolar planets , or ‘exoplanets’: for short. Many of the new planets found to date are giant planets like Jupiter and Saturn in our own Solar System. But astronomers are now. . .
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Summertime Stars Moon and Planets

23 August, 15:30 - 16:30

On late Spring and Summer evenings – if the skies are clear – we can see some familiar star patterns, including the Great Bear, Hercules, Ophiuchus (the Serpent Bearer), 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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Summertime Stars Moon and Planets

25 August, 15:30 - 16:30

On late Spring and Summer evenings – if the skies are clear – we can see some familiar star patterns, including the Great Bear, Hercules, Ophiuchus (the Serpent Bearer), 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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Destination Mars, the Red Planet.

27 August, 13:30 - 14:30

This Summer Mars will be a prominent object in the southern night sky, its bright orangey-red disk an easy object some way below the fainter stars of Pisces, the Fishes. Spacecraft have shown us a bitterly cold, dry planet, with huge volcanoes, vast canyons, craters and ancient river valleys. Far. . .
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Destination Mars, the Red Planet.

27 August, 15:30 - 16:30

This Summer Mars will be a prominent object in the southern night sky, its bright orangey-red disk an easy object some way below the fainter stars of Pisces, the Fishes. Spacecraft have shown us a bitterly cold, dry planet, with huge volcanoes, vast canyons, craters and ancient river valleys. Far. . .
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All Aboard - A Tour of the Planets.

31 August, 13:30 - 14:30

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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All Aboard - A Tour of the Planets.

31 August, 15:30 - 16:30

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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