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NEXT EVENT: Sidewalk Astronomy
SUN DAY on a Sunday - Matariki at Te Papa
Te Marae June 16th 12 noon free entry

Presentation by Astro-Artist Paul Moss - Telescope solar viewing depends on weather
DOMPOST POSTER MAY 28th 2013
The theme for Te Papa’s Matariki Festival 2013 is the healing power of women.

MATARIKI aka Pleiades by NASA from wikipedia.

more on FACEBOOK here: Astronomy Aotearoa Official Facebook Group
 
Free Telescope views of Saturn, Saturn’s Rings & Moons, and our Moon’s Craters

Saturn
Watch
April 27
2013
7pm

WELLINGTON
New Zealand
Courtenay
Place
Sweet
Mothers
Kitchen


Astronomy Aotearoa
www.astronomyaotearoa.com

Astronomy Aotearoa is holding a Solar Eclipse event
November 14th 9am to 12 noon. 5 Courtenay Place Wellington. Outside Sweet Mothers Kitchen.

Webcasts
3 Telescopes!!!
Screens, information
Approved viewers for loan
Photographers filters for loan
14th November 9am - 12.00 noon
5 Courtenay Place
Wellington
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INFO. call 021 266 6576 Facebook Mozasaur

FULL INFO HERE NASA
Astronomy Aotearoa is holding a StarPeace event to celebrate the World Day of Peace.

September 21st 7pm to 11pm 1 Courtenay Place Wellington. Outside Sweet Mothers Kitchen.
StarPeace
Call Paul Moss on +64 21 266 6576 for assistance if you need to know about this event.

All welcome. Global information at http://www.starpeace.org/


     
StarPeace
In a world that we only hear the news of wars every now and then, 'PEACE' is not a dream. The International Day of Peace (Peace Day) is an opportunity for everyone to step forward and talk about friendships. This year, on September 21, StarPeace along with other peacemakers around the world will celebrate this day by organizing mutual public star parties near the borders of neighboring countries. We invite all of our ambassadors and coordinators to plan this day. One can reach the StarPeace stylesheet here.
The most effective way to hold a StarPeace event is to have two or more groups in neighboring countries, having star parties at the same time near their border. The other way, for those who may not find collaborators in their neighboring countries, is to hold only one star party near the border line.
The goal of StarPeace, apart from showing the beauties and wonders of the sky to the public, is to change their way of thinking toward the world by showing them being a small part of the universe. such attitude affects our lives positively and to act in a tranquil and modest manner. Then Peace is the fruit of this perspective."
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Supported by Sharing Space http://www.astronomy.net.nz
New Moon Images. September 18th 2012.
Website by Paul Moss. http://www.paulmoss.co and http://www.paulmoss.org  

 

MATARIKI

SUNDAY on Sunday

Click on Pleiades aka Matariki to go to our facebook group.

from NASA and Wikipedia