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Did You know: Auroras
Did you know? The Most & The Least of the planets
Did you know? Moonbows
Nov 12, 2020
Did you know?The Earth’s atmosphere
Oct 23, 2020
Did You know? Intentional crash landings
Sep 10, 2020
Did you know? Naming planets
Jul 17, 2020
Did you know? Orion
Jun 7, 2020
Did you know? Meteor showers...
Mar 27, 2020
Did you know? Gamma Rays & Gamma Ray Bursts.
Mar 8, 2020
In this month: July 2021
29th July 1851 The asteroid Eunomia is discovered by Italian astronomer Annibale de Gasparis. It is the 12th largest object in the main...
Outreach to Lindesay for a Winter Solstice celebration
On the 19th June 2021 Ann Cairns and Elizabeth Cocking and I presented an 'in conversation' event for the National Trust Women's...
WHAT IS A SOLSTICE ? A solstice is a natural astronomical event during which one of the Earth’s hemispheres is at maximum tilt away from...
Tell your neighbours: there is a total Lunar Eclipse Wednesday 26 May, totality at 9:18pm
Total Lunar Eclipse 26 May 2021
Nov 23, 2019
Annular Solar Eclipse of 26 Dec 2019
On Boxing day this year there will be an annular eclipse which will be a surprise to many. Even though I am a keen amateur astronomer,...
Dr Toner Stevenson
Aug 31, 2018
Parhelion - it's a sun dog!
Photograph by Kim Kemmis at Macquarie Park, late afternoon, 30 August, 2018. It's very rare in Sydney to experience the icy, yet sunny,...
Aug 8, 2018
Eclipse Party images
On 28 July Sydney City Skywatcher members, Ross and Trish, held a Lunar Eclipse party at Blues Point Park, North Sydney. They took some...