Observatory Open Nights at NUI Galway
Thursday, 10 October 2013
NUI Galway is offering open nights at the Imbusch Observatory in Dangan, on 16 October, 13 November and 11 December at 7pm. An informative hour-long lecture and 3D tour of the universe will be followed by a hands-on viewing of the sky by night, weather permitting.
The Imbusch Astronomical Observatory was opened in 2004 and is used by students studying Physics and Astronomy at NUI Galway. The observatory is equipped with a modern computer controlled 16" telescope and camera, and a radio telescope with a hydrogen line spectrometer, which is able to map out and measure the velocity of the sun and the Milky Way. There is also a 10" portable telescope - computer controlled – for visual observations of planets, star clusters, nebulae and other bright objects.
Admission is limited to two per person and is strictly by ticket only, on a first come first served basis. All bookings are by email and those interested should send requests to email@example.com.
Author: Marketing and Communications Office, NUI Galway
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