Star Gazing at the Science Museum

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Star Gazing at the Science Museum
名古屋市科学館 市民観望会

Join the monthly Star Gazing group at the Nagoya Science Museum.
Join the monthly Star Gazing group at the Nagoya Science Museum.

Following a brief talk at the planetarium you will proceed to the rooftop’s main telescope and various other telescopes to observe the night’s recommended celestial objects. (Commentary in Japanese)

◆Uranus and the Moon
天王星と月をみる会

When: Sat. 19 Jan. (18:15 – 20:30)

Where: Nagoya City Science Museum (名古屋市科学館) Planetarium “Brother Earth” (プラネタリウム「Brother Earth」)

Access: A 5-minute walk south from Fushimi Sta. (伏見駅) Exit 5 on the Higashiyama or Tsurumai Subway Lines (地下鉄東山線・鶴舞線)

Participation: Adults 700 Yen, Junior HS and Elementary School students 300 Yen. Numbers are limited to 250 participants. (Children of Junior HS age and younger must be accompanied by an adult guardian.)

Applications: Adults 700 Yen, Junior HS and Elementary School students 300 Yen. Numbers are limited to 250 participants. (Children of Junior HS age and younger must be accompanied by an adult guardian.)
To apply, send a reply-paid post card (with the representative’s name, address, phone number, the names of all participants and the number of adults and children in your group) to: 〒460-0008 Nagoya, Naka Ku, Sakae 2-17-1, Nagoya City Science Museum to arrive by Sat. 22 Dec. (on the reverse write: “January 19 – Stars”).
(Applications other than by reply-paid postcard not accepted.)

 

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