The Astronomy Roadshow Mobile Planetarium
Established January 1994 / Owner of the Largest Mobile Dome in the UK
The main aim of The Astronomy Roadshow is to increase general interest in science. We visit 230-250 venues / 35,000 people a year - 700,000 since 1994. The world faces huge problems today; Famine, Energy & Material Shortages, Climate Change, Destruction of the Natural World, New Diseases etc; all can be solved by new science and policy. By increasing the number of people involved, we increase our chances of survival or fall upon very hard times for centuries and remain stuck here on Planet Earth. The 21st century is a unique era where we get this choice.
LATEST; For the UK, the International Space Station passes overhead on 12th at 9.52pm, 13th at 9.03pm, 14th at 9.51pm, 15th at 9.02pm, 16th at 9.49pm and 17th at 9pm. Just look 3 minutes beforehand for an incredibly bright moving star.
Jupiter is now a very bright star after 8.30pm high up in the sky. Venus can be seen early morning low in the East, plus Mars to the far right of Venus; it's a very obvious red colour.
Regarding school bookings, the presenter is not responsible for the pupils' behaviour. We do not give rides or allow chaotic screaming and shouting sessions; his hearing has been damaged as a result. Children wandering around in a dark planetarium is a safety risk too; the lights have to go on and ruin the session for everybody... we provide entertaining science lectures only in quiet venues - regardless of age range. We will not change that policy or apologise for it... thank you.
Other Astronomy Roadshow Websites (Click on the pictures)...
Peter Bassett FRAS
North Star House, 92 North Street, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 2HH
Office Hours Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm.
e.mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Proud sponsors of the Smile Malawi orphanage operated by Elspeth Baecke of Sittingbourne, Kent.
Click on either picture for more details.
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