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Public Observing Night @ Campbelltown Rotary Observatory

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Get a telescopic view of the sky
If you are interested in finding out more about what's up in the night sky, the Campbelltown Rotary Observatory has a special free public viewing night scheduled for this Saturday evening.

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Domes at the Campbelltown Rotary Observatory. Image Credit: Ggreybeard distributed under CC BY-SA 4.0 license via Wikimedia Commons

Members of the public are invited to rug up and head over to the Western Sydney University in Campbelltown for an evening of sky gazing through the open observatory domes. The domes have 16" and 12" diameter Meade LX-200 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes and there will be a number of private telescopes set up for the public to view through thanks to Macarthur Astronomical Society members.

The event will go ahead providing the weather is clear. Be sure to consult the event page for latest developments on the day and for other information regarding the event. For any further queries
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Why? See the sky from the observatory
When: Begins at 6.30 pm Saturday 8th of April.
Where: Campbelltown Rotary Observatory, Western Sydney University Campbelltown, NSW 2560
Cost: Free, no booking required
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