Watch the sky from Glasgow or elsewhere in the UK and you might catch a glimpse of the Summer Triangle, Scorpius and its brightest star, Antares or closer to Earth, eerie yet captivating Noctilucent clouds. Continue reading
Gaze up to the sky this June from Glasgow and you could see the Summer Triangle, Noctilucent clouds or even the International Space Station.
Astronomy is something that captivates all of us as humans. Our natural curiosity leads our gaze upwards to the stars above and to wonder what else is out there. In this short blog post I’ve selected three perfect books about stargazing that are suitable for beginners but also valuable reminders to more experienced skygazers.
Geminid meteor shower; Jupiter and Aldebaron dancing; the ‘end of the world’ and the December solstice – can the month get any more exciting for skygazers!?
It’s September and you’re no doubt itching to get out and look at the wonders of the night sky.
The annual Perseids meteor shower helps make August a fabulous month for skygazing!
Last observed in 2004, the transit of the planet Venus will be one of, if not, the, astronomy event of 2012.
Let’s take a closer look at the constellation of Leo.