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An excellent evening at Seething Observatory with Cosmologist Sarah Bosman

Astronomy and Cosmology at Seething, with Norwich Astro [Read full item] by greenfieldc Sat 8th Apr

An astronomical stall for the #NorwichSciHunt

Solar astronomy on a Saturday in Norwich [Read full item] by greenfieldc Sun 19th Mar

Astronomer Laura Keating visited Seething Observatory

We were delighted to host Cambridge based PhD student and astronomer Laura Keating at Seething Observatory. Laura's excel... [Read full item] by greenfieldc Sun 12th Mar

A Norwich Astronomer returned to Seething Observatory

We were delighted to host Warwick PhD student Hugh Osbourn at Seething [Read full item] by greenfieldc Fri 17th Feb

Record turnout for 2017 Children's Event. Were you there?

It's not easy task but after months of planning and thinking up ideas of what activities would interest our young visitors t... [Read full item] by Yet Wha Lam Thu 9th Feb (1 comment)

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