Fourth official opening night of 2016 observing season, dedicated to the observation of the Moon’s First Quarter, of Jupiter and Saturn at sunset and of planet Mars during the first part of the night.
Later on, deep sky enthusiasts will be able to discover summer clusters and nebulas and autumn galaxies.
Big-game hunting: Neptune will be visible for most of the night.
The observation is open and free of charge; reservation is not necessary
The observation will start at 21:30, weather permitting
Where to stay or eat:
Viewing is subject to weather conditions
Please contact us or visit our website / Facebook page for last minute updates:
T. 347 6301088