This month there are spectacular encounters of the Moon with Mercury, Venus and prominent stars – see below – and over the course of the night all the planets are visible, though telescopes are needed for Uranus and Neptune.
stunning images by Bernie and Mike Bell reminding us of the beauty in angelica
Carers Trust Scotland will bring Festival fun to young people through their first ever virtual Festival, “Best of the Fest!”
For the month of August 2020, the Tsukure Hub on Ayr High Street will be given over to a space and science fiction exhibition organised by
The annual Perseid meteor shower from Comet Swift-Tuttle, the Great Comet of 1862, will peak on the night of 12/13th August, but will be spoiled by moonlight this year.
The Moon will be New on August 11th, with a partial solar eclipse visible from the north of Scotland
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