Sunday, 4 May 2014

Astronomy from Newgale



Observing Mercury from Newgale.

For some of the month of May I’m hoping to be observing Mercury from the middle car park on Newgale seafront.

This location should favour excellent viewing of Mercury as it moves through the phases from gibbous to crescent.


I’ll be there along with my telescope: weather permitting on the 15th, 20th, 25th and 30th of May.

If you’re interested in seeing Mercury on those evenings, look out for a silver Nissan Micra… 

Nearby I’ll have my telescope setup…. 


Might see you soon......

Clear Skies 
Mark..  :0)



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