Budding astronomers are being invited to international event in Goldsithney
An international astronomy event is being held in Goldsithney this weekend.
Land’s End Astronomers are one of only four groups in the UK to hold the International Observe the Moon night.
Carolyn Kennett, from Land’s End Atronomers, said that for one night anyone can be an astronomer.
“It is an outreach event which we aim to make fun and educational. It ensures the public get a chance to see what we as a group do and gives them an opportunity to use equipment such as telescopes which they would not normally have access to,” she said.
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Lunar images and videos will be displayed in an exhibition on the evening.
If weather permits guests will be invited to take a photo of the moon home with them, however the evening will be held in all weather conditions.
The event is being held at St Pirans Hall on Saturday October 12 at 7pm.
Admission is £3, children go free. For more information visit www.landsendastronomers.weebly.com.