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Winter Solstice Event at Stonehenge


Wed Dec 16 – Sat Dec 19, 2009

Celebrating the connection between the stones and the sky

Free talks and tours by leading archaeologists and astronomers

An opportunity to view the sunset itself

See the night sky from the stones (advance bookings only)

“From Earth to the Universe” exhibition
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Autumn Moonwatch Call to Action

Dear UK Astronomy Community,

We are now well into IYA2009, and Professor Ian Robson and I would like to thank you for all your efforts to date in engaging with the public and bringing IYA2009 to life. We are now gearing up for our next big national event, our Autumn Moonwatch, which will take place between 24 October and 01 November 2009.

During Autumn Moonwatch we want to get as many people as possible looking up at the night sky, whether through a telescope, binoculars or with their naked eyes, and for that we need your help!

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Astronomy Photographer of the Year

Entries for the Royal Observatory Greenwich's Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition is now closed, but you can view the entries on their Flickr page:


Created with Admarket's flickrSLiDR.

You can see the exhibition in person at the Royal Observatory Greenwich between 10 September 2009 and 10 January 2010, 10am till 5pm daily. For more info visit our event page
 
Twitter Meteorwatch Report

The following is a blog report about the Twitter Meteorwatch, written by Adrian West of Newbury Astronomical Society:

The Perseid Meteorwatch has now come to a close, the Astrobunker is locked, and all involved have been able to catch up on some much needed sleep.

On the evenings of the 11th and 12th of August 2009 a truly phenomenal event took place with thousands of Twitter users joining in with a worldwide Meteorwatch.

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Win a Galileoscope!

To celebrate reaching our 3000th Twitter follower, IYA2009 in the UK is giving you a chance to win a fantastic prize: a Galileoscope. If you don't know about the Galileoscope, you can read all about it here: https://www.galileoscope.org/ Needless to say; you want one!

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