The next public stargazing talk is titled "Winter Constellations".
Date: Monday, 16 December 2013
Time: 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Venue: Toa Payoh Public Library. Level 1 Programme Zone.
Admission is free. No pre-registration required. Late-comers welcomed!
Learn about the interesting constellations and celestial objects that will be gracing our night skies for the next few weeks! There will also be updates on recent astronomical events, e.g. Comet ISON, Geminid Meteor Shower, China's lunar rover ...etc.
*Weather permitting*, during/after the talk, there will be an impromptu live stargazing session at open ground just outside the library. You can observe Stars, Jupiter, Venus and Moon through our telescopes!
This will be the last Monday stargazing talk this year. Starting from 2014, these stargazing talks will be conducted on the first Saturday of each month (unless it's a public holiday). Big thanks to National Library Board and Toa Payoh Public Library for allocating us these prime-time weekend slots!
So do continue to bring your family and friends along and acquire skills that will enable you to enjoy stargazing for the rest of your life!