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Project Space

The Moon  © John Bells 2010.

The Moon  © John Bells 2010.

Pleiades Star Cluster  © Dave Ward and Zoe Ball.

Pleiades Star Cluster  © Dave Ward and Zoe Ball.

Cornish Milky Way  © John Bells 2010.

Cornish Milky Way  © John Bells 2010.

Rosette Nebula  © John Bells 2010.

Rosette Nebula  © John Bells 2010.

Visions of the Universe - seen at nightPhoto: Sean Woodington

Visions of the Universe - seen at night
Photo: Sean Woodington

The Moon  © John Bells 2010.
Pleiades Star Cluster  © Dave Ward and Zoe Ball.
Cornish Milky Way  © John Bells 2010.
Rosette Nebula  © John Bells 2010.
Visions of the Universe - seen at nightPhoto: Sean Woodington

The Moon  © John Bells 2010.

2 December 2010 – 2 January 2011

 

Milton Keynes Astronomical Society was founded in 1972. It is currently based at Rectory Cottages, Bletchley, where the Society holds regular talks, lectures and public observations while also offering a wealth of online astronomical data. Combining photographs of the night sky taken by society members and specially designed posters on planetary exploration, solar activity and telescopes, the Society presents their first exhibition in Milton Keynes for 20 years.

 

Visions of the Universe coincides with MK2morrow: One Small Step for Milton Keynes, an exhibition by Black Dogs, presented by Lost & Found at MK Gallery. MK2morrow is partly inspired by the recent discovery of Gliese 581g, a potentially habitable planet towards which the Milton Keynes Astronomical Society’s telescope currently points.

 

Milton Keynes Astronomical Society

www.mkas.org.uk

 

 

MK2morrow: One Small Step for Milton Keynes runs from 10 December 2010 – 2 January 2011.

Opening hours

 

The exhibition will be open to visitors 12–4pm on the weekends of 11,12 and 18,19 December.

 

It will also be open from 6-8pm on the 15, 16, 17, 22 and 23 December 2010.