Lego have now released an all-women Research Institute on their online shop featuring an Astronomer who discovers new stars and planets with the telescope a Paleontologist who studies the origin of the dinosaurs and a Chemist that does experiments in the laboratory.
Can you believe it's May already!? Well, it is and even though the nights are lighter and shorter there's still some stargazing to be done as the clouds part overhead. Or, if not at night - gaze up in wonder during the day at the patterns made by the clouds in the sky.
March 2014 could be the month you start stargazing - what a month to begin! Equally, you might already be a regular head-tilter, casting your gaze upwards and out beyond our own planet's atmosphere. Whatever category you fall into - look up to the sky often and it'll keep you happy, if not as mad as a March hare!
In this post, read about what you can see in the night-time sky from Glasgow and the UK this October. Plus, you can find out the sunrise and sunset times, the phases of the Moon and an opportunity to witness a partial penumbral lunar eclipse from Glasgow.