Star gazing trip
// onsdag D. 27. februar kl. 18:30

Udsolgt

Alm. pris: 45 kr

Medlemspris: 45 kr

See stars and planets and moons up close at the Ole Rømer Observatory

Price: 35 kr.
+ 10 kr. adm. fee

Program
18:30: For those who want to, we meet in the city center and bike together to the observatory*
18:45: We meet outside the observatory
19:00-21:00:
An expert will give a short introduction to astronomy and the history of the observatory.

If the night is clear we will gaze at starts and planets through the observatory's telescopes. We will explore the landscape of the moon, gaze into the Andromeda galaxy, spot a planet or two and maybe find a binary star.
Note: Bring warm clothes and good shoes, the observatory can get cold and if we can find a low planet or constellation we may go outside.

If the night is cloudy which unfortunately is out of our control) our guide will show us around the observatory, tell us about its history, and guide us through the history of astronomy and the galaxy itself.

Ole Rømer was a Danish astronomer from Aarhus who in 1676 made the first quantative measurements of the speed of light. The observatory was made in his honour.


*If you do not have a bike, but want to go with the group you can borrow one for the day from Swapfiets. Just let us know.
If you buy a ticket you will receive an email with further information on how to get to the Observatory.

Studenterhus Aarhus · Nordre Ringgade 3 · 8000 Aarhus C · TLF: 86 18 30 21