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Solar Observing

Monday 11th November

Public & Members

Open Midday
Close 4pm

UHI Inverness Campus, An Lochran (Please park cars in the Main Car Park)

Event Status

CANCELLED. Raining and forecast for heavier

- Hosted observing of the transit of Mercury across the Sun through our specialised Club telescopes, and

- take smartphone pics of the event using our 3D-printed adapters

A voluntary charitable donation would be greatly appreciated to enable us to operate & maintain our Observatory & Club

Event Details