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There’s lots to look out for in the night (and day) sky this month. Here’s our pick of what you can see without expensive equipment – just the naked eye or binoculars, plus a bit of luck with the weather.
Emily from our Photo Studio has been looking at some amazing 1919 glass plates from our collection.
There’s lots to look out for in the night sky, and you don’t need expensive equipment – just reasonably dark and clear skies and a bit of persistence.
My name is Alex and I’m the Buying & Merchandising Manager at Royal Museums Greenwich.
The annual Lyrid meteor shower is underway and will be growing to its peak on Weds 22–Thurs 23 April.
In this new Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year-inspired blog post about astronomically-themed objects from the Museum’s collections, I am looking at planets and other cosmic bodies in our solar system.
Entries for Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2015 close on 16 April and it looks like it's going to be another amazing year. If you want to get involved and need some last minute inspiration, we've been catching up with the winners of the 2014 competition. Today Julie Fletcher talks about her beautiful image 'Lost Souls'.