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Jupiter Watch

Friday 6th July 9:30PM in AI Headquarters

Blanchardstown (Map)

 

Astronomy Ireland will set up the most powerful telescopes in Ireland for show the brilliant planet Jupiter and it's moons.

Jupiter's Great Red Spot will also be visible but get there early as it won't be visible for long.


Please tell all your friends and get them to come along and view Jupiter up close through telescopes thousands of times more powerful than your eyes.


This is a free event but donations (5euro suggested) are greatly appreciated - or buy a copy of the society's magazine "Astronomy Ireland" for 5euro to support Astronomy Ireland which is a non-profit society run by volunteers, and now the most popular such society in the world with thousands of members nationwide.


BEGINNERS are invited to join Astronomy Ireland at present in particular.

You can do so at the event or online right now at www.astronomy.ie/join   ALL WELCOME