Tarland Talks: Viewing the Night Sky

Tarland Talks: Viewing the Night Sky

A new series of café scientifique style talks at the MacRobert Hall in Tarland.

Neville Browne of the Aberdeen Astronomical Society, will explain how to get started : choosing a telescope, setting it up and how to line it up on something interesting. The talk will be followed by a local observation session on another date chosen to ensure a suitably clear night.

Admission £4, no booking required.

MacRobert Hall, Tarland


01224 273274

Cromar Future Group are a Tarland based group working with the University of Aberdeen and Satrosphere to bring science and technology talks and activities locally. These are open to all who would like to attend. Older children and teenagers are welcome at talks as well as the family events, but all children must be accompanied by an adult. Talks follow the relaxed Café Scientifique format : Introduction, talk, coffee break, Q&A session. Putting the Café into our Café Scientifique talks are Caroldson’s baristas - so come early and enjoy their excellent coffee and cakes.