Saturday 7th May, 8pm. Free entry.Continue reading Sunset walk and storytelling under the stars
Norman Lockyer Observatory have teamed up with University of Exeter’s Space.Exe society to hold a family day of exploring the Universe!Continue reading NLO/Space.Exe event Saturday March 19th
At 7.15pm there will be a themed talk about the “Winter Constellations” followed by a planetarium show and historic telescope tour with viewing if clear. Please see the opening times page for our full 2022 programme. We propose holding two open evenings/month, Covid willing!
Sunday 22nd August, 2:30pmNLO_Open_Afternoon_22Aug
The Observatory now has a live lightning detection station as part of the Blitzortung networkContinue reading Lightning Detection at the NLO
Enjoy the 2020 Sidmouth Science Festival from the comfort of your own home.Continue reading Sidmouth Science Festival 2020
A virtual planetarium tour of the night sky – streaming 23rd October at 8:30pmContinue reading Devon Dark Skies 2020
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.
A talk organised by the Institute of Engineering and Technology – Monday 25th November at 7.30pmContinue reading “Artemis – Sister of Apollo” – Dr David Baker