13th February 2021 18:30 - 20:30
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This two-hour experience will take you on a fascinating guided tour of the winter night sky, pinpointing some of the brighter stars, familiar and unfamiliar constellations, myths and legends of the stars, the planet Mars and much more. Dr John Mason MBE’s ‘living planetarium’ night-time walk uses the real night sky as an outdoor star theatre.
Cowdray lies within the South Downs National Park which is an International Dark Sky Reserve, the perfect place to hear more of what takes place in the skies and view the stars.
We recommend bringing binoculars (if you have them), wrapping up warm and wearing sensible footwear. Hot drinks will be served during the experience.
Meeting point & parking: Cowdray Farm Shop Overflow Carpark.
Please note, should visibility be poor or weather conditions unsuitable on Saturday 13th February, the walk will run from 6.30pm on Sunday 14th February instead to ensure you see as much of the night sky as possible.
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