If you've ever looked up at the starry night sky and been enthralled by what you've seen, join Macclesfield Astronomical Society for an evening of astronomy. There will be a general talk, from members of the group, suitable for all levels of knowledge, followed by an opportunity to ask questions and engage in some guided observing.
Observing will be available using supplied equipment, weather permitting. You are welcome to bring your own binoculars or even telescopes.
Observing highlights – Telescope night. Members will offer information and demonstrations of their astronomical equipment. As the Moon is at the New Phase, and hopefully the skies clear it will be dark and the Milky Way should be seen, along with Mars, the constellations and deep sky objects.
Leaders: Macclesfield Astronomical Society – www.maccastro.com