What's on

International Women and Girls in Science Day

Friday 11 February, 4-9pm
Free of charge
No booking required

Come along to Keele Observatory to celebrate the UN's International Day of Women and Girls in Science!
The event runs from 4-9pm and will include exhibits, demonstrations and activities for everyone to enjoy.

Keele scientists and students will also be on hand to talk about all things related to science and art and answer any questions.
If the weather is clear in the evening, attendees will also be invited to gaze into space through the Observatory telescope!

The event is open to all - Keele staff, students, and the general public.
The location of the Observatory and parking details can be found here.

 

11 February 2022 | 4:00PM-9:00PM | astro.obs@keele.ac.uk

View celestial objects

Free of charge
No booking required

View celestial objects through the 148-year old 31cm Grubb refractor or 15cm solar telescope (weather permitting), or enjoy a tour of the observatory and meet an astronomer.

Please see here for advice regarding our location and where to park.

From 22 February 2022 onwards on Tuesdays | 8:00PM-10:00PM

To find out what you can see in the sky right now, you can download a free copy of a sky map and calendar (get the Northern Hemisphere Edition; see their terms of use) or download Stellarium