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World Record Attempt, Largest Astronomy Lesson 2015 Perth WA

Aussie Dave

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The Shire of Kalamunda in partnership with International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR), Astronomy WA, the Perth Observatory and Scitech is hosting an official attempt at the World’s Largest Astronomy Lesson on Saturday 28 February 2015 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm at Maida Vale Reserve, Western Australia.

900+ people needed to take part in the 30 minute Astronomy Lesson. There will be food and drinks vans and entertainment.

Register to take part before Monday 16 February 2015 to help break a world record.

This is an official World Record Attempt and public event for anyone that wants to participate, young or old, beginners to experts who have a pair of binoculars or a telescope. For more details please see the link below.

Shire Of Kalamunda, Western Australian Government (Official Page, Details & Registration)


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Good luck.

We at Sunderland Astro recently held our Jupiter nights at our Observatory and 878 people attended on one night. We were later informed that at least another 80-100 people could not get in because of traffic jams trying to get in.

We found ushers and traffic management were the two key issues.

Hope all goes well and look forward to reading about your world record on this thread

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