Did you ever wonder what the night sky looked like? Or what’s out there in space beyond the stars?
Join us on the 30th of September for an observation night where we explore the wonderful night sky and the objects (Galaxies, Nebulae and supernova remittance) that can be hard to see with the naked eye with the help of our telescopes.
This event will give you a different level of experience away from the city artificial lights where it is rare and almost impossible to see the night sky in its entirety. Not only that but it is a family friendly event with no barriers to entry, anyone who is interested in Astronomy and Space can join.
Given the magnitude of the targets, no visual telescopes will be used but a projected screen will reflect what we see using our Astrophotography camera and equipment’s. All you need to do is sit down, relax and enjoy the view.
Please note that this event has a limited seat policy.
** Kids under the age of 12 get a free entry **
20:00 – 20:15 : Welcome session and a background talk about the night sky
20:30 – 23:30 : Deep Sky Observation
Alhosn Green Pass
All attendees are requested to present their Alhosn green pass upon arriving the observatory
Masks Are Mandatory
All attendees are requested to have their masks on when interacting with others
All attendees are requested to insure a safe social distance when seated by at least 2 meters
Restrooms are available
Restrooms are available at the observatory
Snacks and Drinks are provided
The observatory will provide all guests with water, soft drinks and snacks while they attend the event
4×4 car not required
While it is not required, we recommend guests to use one when coming