south west astronomy fair – cancellation – 18th July 2020
It is with a heavy heart that the south west astronomy fair 2020 at the Norman Lockyer Observatory has been cancelled due to covid-19.
Thank you to all our supporter to this years event.
Once we have a clearer picture we will make plans for next years event.
We wish you all safe and well at this difficult time.
In light of public health concerns, the observatory will remain closed for public open evenings and group visits to guard against the spread of COVID-19. We anticipate that this will be for the next few weeks until the situation becomes clearer.
Please accept our apologies.
In the light of the ongoing threat of Corona Virus, the NLO in consultation with our colleagues at Colyton Grammar School have decided to postpone the event from 7th March until later in the year. We are very sorry to have to do this, but felt it was in the best interest to all in our community.
The South West Astronomy Fair
18th July 2020
A great day at The Norman Lockyer Observatory, Sidmouth. EX10 0NY.
Tours of Norman Lockyer’s historic telescope
Solar Observing – looking at the sun with a specialised telescope.
Scan the sky inside our Planetarium Shows
Exhibition & Trade Stands
Talks and Displays
A talk organised by the Institute of Engineering and Technology – Monday 25th November at 7.30pm
Continue reading “Artemis – Sister of Apollo” – Dr David Baker
All NLO members are warmly invited to a Lunar Observing & Imaging Workshop on Friday 8th Nov, starting 7.30pm in the Planetarium.
Continue reading Lunar Observing & Imaging Workshop
Details of the 2019 AGM are available at http://normanlockyer.com/our-society/agm/
All NLO members are warmly invited to a Binocular Astronomy Workshop on Friday 4th Oct, starting 7.30pm in the Planetarium
Continue reading Binocular Astronomy Workshop
The Opening of the Jeanne Edyvean Centre at the NLO on Saturday 10th August 2019
Continue reading Opening of the Jeanne Edyvean Centre
A new Cosmology group is being formed at the NLO.
Continue reading New Cosmology Group