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Discover exoplanets during the National Stargazing Days on March 7 & 8

03 March 2014
'Artist impression' of exoplanet HD 189733 b
'Artist impression' of exoplanet HD 189733 b

On March 7 & 8 the Kapteyn Astronomical Institute of the University of Groningen and SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research will organize public nights in the Blaauw Observatory during the 38th National Stargazing Days.

A large number of public observatories, astronomy associations and amateur astronomers in the Netherlands (more than seventy in 2013) will be open for young and old to have a look during a telescope during the National Stargazing Days. There will also be lectures and various other activities. The theme of the public nights in the Blaauw Observatory is 'Exoplanets'.

More information: www.rug.nl/sterrenwacht (in Dutch)

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