Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Stargazing Live - A Guinness World Record Attempt

Join us for an evening of “starry” fun and excitement here in Centennial Park, as we take part in the ABC’s World record attempt by hosting a stunning night under the stars!

From 7.00 pm, you can check in and enjoy a range of astronomy activities. We will have ABC children’s presenters Angharad “Rad” Yeo and Gus “Goose” Ronald on site, hosting a Q&A with CSIRO and UNSW astronomers, who will help you uncover the secrets of the universe. Whilst our Aboriginal educators will tell you the intricate, cultural stories behind the stars.

From 8.00 pm, a large outdoor screen will broadcast the live ABC show, hosted by physicist Brian Cox and TV Personality Julia Zemiro, as we join thousands of other stargazers across Australia in our attempt to break the World Record for Most People Stargazing Simultaneously Across Multiple Locations!

Bring your own telescope or order one through us, there will be food trucks offering some delicious snacks for the hungry stargazers.

For more information please head over to www.abc.net.au/stargazing

General Information
Age: All welcome 
When: Wed 23 May 2018
Times: 7.00 - 9.00 pm
Meeting Point/Venue: The WILD PLAY Discovery Centre, off Dickens Drive, Centennial Park
Price: FREE
We recommend to bring a torch

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