The wonders of astronomy in a comfortableseat regardless of the time of day—or the weather!
Until 26 Jan 2016
Until 31 Dec 2015
Until 20 Dec 2015
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Celebrating photos of Pluto.
Tribute to former Premier and supporter of MV.
The shortest total lunar eclipse of the century
NASA's Dawn spacecraft eases into orbit around the dwarf planet Ceres
How to see the eclipses from Melbourne.
Answers to common astronomy questions.
A monthly series that provides a guide to the stars and constellations.
View 2015 moon phases or choose another year from the menu at left.
Time for the Sun, Moon and five bright planets as seen from Melbourne.
Years F-2: This package supports F-2 school groups who are studying science in t...
Years 3-4: This package supports Year 3-4 school groups who are studying how the...
Years 5-6: This package will challenge Year 5-6 students' understanding of how E...
Years 1-3: This education excursion package supports Year 1-4 school groups who ...
It’s worth getting up early this month – Venus, Mars and Jupiter can be found ti...
your answer about the moon phases always appearing the same every place on earth is misleading! The direction the crescent moons appear to be facing is actually...
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We are currently planning to have public showings of Solar System Odyssey during the summer school holidays (2015/2016). I recommend k...