Wednesday 20th January 2021at AI Headquarters in Blanchardstown.

'This event will run in line with government guidance at this time, please check back for updates'

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MARS BLAZES NEAR MOON

On the 20th January Mars will be very visible and close to the Moon. It will be a spectacular sight in the night sky. We are running a public watch to celebrate this event starting at 8PM.


You can listen to our David Moore (Ireland's best known astronomer and editor/founder of our magazine) talk on RTE about a recent similar event at: https://www.astronomy.ie/audio
Our magazine has a full write up of this event and simple diagrams showing you what it will look like. Order below.


EMAIL US!

We want to hear your description of this spectacular event so please email  magazine@astronomy.ie  with your comments and we will include it in the report we will be doing for Astronomy Ireland magazine (order here)  which will be archived in the National Library of Ireland for all time!


SEE MORE EVENTS LIKE THIS

There are always spectacular events like this to see with the naked eye in Irish skies every month, so don't leave it to chance and sign up for our popular-level Astronomy Ireland magazine which will tell you, with simple diagrams, what to look out for in Irish skies well in advance each month e.g. Jupiter and Saturn will be extremely close in December 2020, closer than they have been since 1623!

ORDER TODAY:

https://www.astronomy.ie/magazine  to make sure you and your family never miss another spectacular event in Irish skies

Click HERE to see a list of other exciting Astronomy Ireland Events coming soon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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