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Alice Springs Astronomy Tours | Sunday July 12 : Showtime 6:30 PM
- Sun 12th Jul 2020
- LOT 4005 Colonel Rose Dr, Alice Springs NT 0870
This night sky tour is an award winning astronomy program in one of the best viewing areas in the world.
Book your Alice Springs space adventure now!
Astronomy Tour Includes:
Entry into Earth Sanctuary and Space Observatory
Experienced star-guide with laser light pointer
Look through a deep sky telescope
Licensed Bar available (cash or card)
Stargazing in the heart of the Australian outback is an experience not to be missed. Thousands of kilometres away from city lights the clear night skies will leave you speechless. Look up and be amazed at a blanket of sparkling stars, too many to count! The Moon, planets, constellations, satellites, meteors and our awe-inspiring Milky Way Galaxy. Earth Sanctuary's star guides will take you on a captivating space adventure in this award-winning astronomy tour. Suitable for all ages in a fun and insightful way.
As the Earth moves around the Sun, the night sky changes gradually each night. This means there are always new and interesting facts to reveal about:
The Southern Cross
Indigenous stories of creation
UFO's & Life in the Universe
For a more information on what to expect in our night sky througout the year plese visit our website.
Earth Sanctuary Astronomy Guides
With almost 20 years field experience under the spectacular skies of Central Australia, Earth Sanctuary's guides are skilled communicaters in astronomy. We continue to make complex scientific concepts fun and easy to grasp whilst providing holistic views on the significance of the night sky to different cultures throughout history.
Planning for your Astronomy Tour
All astronomy tours are weather dependent. When potential weather issues arise, Earth Sanctuary will continue to update you with weather reports. This may involve updates up until 5pm on the day. Where visibility is poor, this can result in a tour cancellation and a subsequent refund be provided.
What to wear?
Closed foot wear.
Winter nights are very cold so dress for warmth, i.e.: beanie, scarf and gloves.
Summer nights are very warm so dress for comfort.
We look forward to seeing you under the stars at Earth Sanctuary