Of course, I’ve probably jinxed us all now. But let’s note it for prosperity or historic reference or something: on this day, we all held great hope for Sydney Astrofest 2017.
If you’re looking for stars this weekend, why not enjoy it with some truly evil genius minds in the ARC Centre of Excellence for All-Sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO). They’re hosting Sydney Astrofest 2017 at the University of Sydney this Saturday, 1 July 2017.
It’s free. It’s family friendly. It’s educational. And it’s outside (dress warmly – it’s a max of 14C predicted for the day).
There’s going to be:
- Night-sky scope viewing
- Astro talks
- Planetarium shows
- Interactive activities and demonstrations
If you have any spawnlings with a burning desire for everything extra-terrestrial, this is worth checking out. And if you’re not based in Sydney, then I’ll try to share some live coverage on the night – just to rub it in.
Venue: Charles Perkins Centre and the Veterinary Conference Centre, The University of Sydney.
Leave any cars with reflective strips at home. Far away from the event. Far FAR away.
Date: Saturday, 1 July 2017
Time: 4pm to 9pm
See you there!!
PS> not a sponsored post. Just sharing the spacey love 😜