Sea Lane, Ferring
Worthing, England BN12 5HB

An opportunity for members of the public to view the night sky through telescopes, binoculars and with the naked eye. You can see Venus (early), the moon, Jupiter, the Orion Nebula and many more.
There will be a five-day old moon, bright enough to be viewed, but not too bright to affect the rest of the sky. The moons of Jupiter should be seen. Later in the evening Mars will become visible. Telescopes and binoculars will be available for use.
Organised by Worthing Astronomical Society.

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Added by andy.stevens on January 26, 2012

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