As part of a partnership with the East Riding Astronomers, the Treasure House has opened a new Community Exhibition called Stargazing.
The exhibition, which can be found on the ground floor near the library, runs until the end of November. This is one of the best times of the year to see planets and stars, as it is one of the best viewing periods of the year.
It features amazing space photographs (astrophotography) taken by the group, tips on how to get into astronomy, as well as fascinating facts like how the universe is made up of more stars than grains of sand!
It is also possible for visitors to enjoy some fantastic views of the town while exploring the surprising distances between the planets with the ‘If the Sun was a pea’ activity that can be enjoyed in the Treasure House tower while also studying the surprising distances between the planets.
The East Riding Astronomers have produced a leaflet with information on how to get involved in astronomy and astronomy challenges for the year ahead.
Astronomers To Allow People To View Space Through Telescopes
In November when the nights draw in, members of East Riding Astronomers will be at the Treasure House with telescopes which visitors can look through – sign up to the email newsletter at eastridingmuseums.co.uk for further details.
During the month of November, there will be members of East Riding Astronomers on hand at the Treasure House with telescopes for visitors to look through when the nights draw in.
For more information about these events, please sign up for the email newsletter at eastridingmuseums.co.uk.
In Beverley’s Saturday Market this Saturday (30 July), members of East Riding Astronomers will be on the charity stall from 9am to 4pm – come to the Saturday Market if you’re interested in finding out more about this fascinating hobby, and then stop by the Treasure House afterwards.
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