Monday, August 27, 2007

Total Eclipse Of The Moon

Following on from the Big Dags post- seems that a whole pile of us are going to The Observatory tomorrow night to hang out and watch the Lunar Eclipse. We'll be meeting at 7pm at Newtown Station...

"Total eclipse of the Moon, 6 to 11pm, Tuesday 28 August 2007. How do you know the Earth is round? One way is to look at the Earth's shadow as it drifts across the Moon during an eclipse. Enjoy this beautiful sight by dropping in anytime from 6pm. The Moon will be fully eclipsed from 7:52 to 9:23pm. Hear how the Moon affects tides. Does it affect our mood? Did it play a part in the evolution of mankind? These plus many more questions will be addressed in this
family-oriented night.Jazz trio, Music with Panache, will provide the music so why not bring
a blanket and a picnic hamper and enjoy one of the greatest shows on Earth?Café Express will be on site for coffee, tea, hot chocolate and cakes too!

Cost: $15 adults, $12 conc, $10 child, $45 family Members: $12 adults, $10 conc, $8 child, $34 family. No need to book."

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Blogger robocast said...


apparently I was at the lonestar a couple of nights ago, but have little recollection

im about to watch the eclipse from just outside sacremento, we are on route to the nevada desert for burning man

hope all is well in sydney


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