Location: Singapore Science Centre Observatory | 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
Hour: 7.45 pm - 10.00 pm
Keen to do something different, head down to the Singapore Science Centre every Friday between 7.45 - 10pm for Free Stargazing sessions!
The Science Centre Observatory (SCOB) is one of a few in the world that is located along the Equator and that means that it allows us to view constellations from both the Northern and Southern celestial hemispheres!
Come early @ 7.30pm as Q-numbers are given out from the registration counter but do note that the sessions are weather permitting and you should visit the SCOB Facebook Page for latest updates!
They also do a Astronomy 101 every 2nd Friday of the month covering a different topic each month. Apart from the Stargazing, there are Solar Observations on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10am - 12pm.
Visit the Observatory website for more details.
|Science Centre Observatory - Stargazing Sessions|
7.45pm - 10pm
Singapore Science Centre Observatory
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