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A weekend of Stargazing in Chipping Norton

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On Saturday 12th October , Chipping Norton Amateur Astronomy Group (CNAAG) will be in Chipping Norton town centre to observe the Moon through a range of telescopes as part of The International Moon Observing Night. From 5.30pm onwards , weather permitting , they will be outside Jaffe & Neales bookshop. 

The following next day Sunday 13th October CNAAG will be at the Rollright Stones from approx midday for a Solar Sunday afternoon.Bring a picnic and come and take a look at our very own star through filtered telescopes

Both event free and both events depending on the weather

Contact :07527 224411

www.cnaag.com

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