Annual MOON WATCH for Irish Astronomy Week

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Saturday 16th March 7PM at AI Headquarters Blanchardstown (location)

The biggest telescopes in Ireland will be there!

The event will begin at 8:00pm at our Headquarters in Blanchardstown (just off the M50) For map and directions visit:

www.astronomy.ie/map

The event is suitable for all ages, and we encourage families, children and adults to come along.

As part of Irish Astronomy Week

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Saturday 16th March 7PM at AI Headquarters Blanchardstown (location)

 

The biggest telescopes in Ireland will be there!

The event will begin at 7:00pm at our Headquarters in Blanchardstown (just off the M50) For map and directions visit:

www.astronomy.ie/map

The event is suitable for all ages, and we encourage families, children and adults to come along.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Will the event go ahead if it is raining?
YES! We plan our events in advance, therefore if it is raining the event will still go ahead. In the event of rain/cloud cover we will show you our telescopes and serve refreshments, PLUS Ireland’s best known astronomer David Moore will give a talk and answer all your questions.

Is the event suitable for children?
We welcome children of all ages to our events. Please note that children MUST be supervised AT ALL TIMES to ensure safety around telescopes and tea/coffee areas.

 

****SCOUT/SCHOOL GROUPS****
While we encourage scout and school groups to come along please call ahead in order to confirm if there are any prior groups arranged to come along. This makes it easier for our volunteers to enable all groups to view these amazing sights.