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Astronomers are currently making the most of a rare astronomical alignment. For the first time in over a decade, all five naked-eye planets are huddling together in the early morning sky. Royal Observatory astronomer Colin Stuart explains how to see them...
Curator of the Royal Observatory, Louise Devoy, looks at Pepys's links to our site here in Greenwich.
Royal Observatory Astronomer Rad takes you through what to see in the December night sky in our family friendly Look Up! podcast.
On Thursday November 12th, in the Peter Harrison Planetarium, scientists and poets gather to launch Laboratorio.
For Ada Lovelace Day we look at the women behind the myth, and ask if she is a true champion of female scientists.
This month’s main highlight is a lunar eclipse on 28 September, and there are also planets, meteors and an asteroid to look out for. Let's hope for some clear skies! (All times given are for London, BST, and may vary for other parts of the UK.)