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Wild places 35 Get back to Nature Summer BRO12A Maycraft_Layout 1 03/08/2015 17:00 Page 1


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to south west with Jupiter and Saturn setting in the south west. Moving over to east by 9pm and close to Cassiopeia is the constellation of Perseus. Halfway between Cassiopeia and the three brightest stars of Perseus you may see a fuzzy patch. Put a pair of binoculars on this patch and you will see two small groups of stars. This is the famous Double Cluster in Perseus and each group contains over 50 stars. Now move towards the south east and fi nd the


square of Pegasus, then follow a line of three stars back towards the east, stop at the second star and move up. Can you see a very faint hazy patch? A pair of binoculars will show a larger but still fuzzy patch. This is the Andromeda Galaxy, one of our galactic neighbours, although the light from it takes 2.5 million years to reach us! It takes long exposure photographs to show any detail.


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his is just a taste of the wonders of the night sky and the Broads and coast give you some of the darkest skies in England from which to


enjoy its beauty. Look out for events organised by local astronomy societies – they often have public observing sessions. I’ve mentioned the Milky Way several times and


just to clarify, this is our galaxy. It contains over 100 billion stars, some of which will have planets orbiting them. I wonder if there is an astronomer on one of them talking about the wonders of the night sky?


John Craythorne FRAS King’s Lynn and District Astronomy Society


Safety Please take care near the water, especially after dark. Take a torch, spare batteries and a charged mobile phone. If you’re going out alone, tell someone where you’re going and how long you’ll be, and let them know when you’re back.


Dark Skies Festival The Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is holding its third Dark Skies Festival this year, 25 September to 10 October. The Broads Authority will be supporting it with events. norfolkcoastaonb.org.uk


Local societies • westnorfolkastro.co.uk (King’s Lynn and District) • nnas.org (North Norfolk) • norwichastro.org.uklyra-astro.co.uk (Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth)


Good places for stargazing • How Hill National Nature Reserve C2 • Catfi eld D2 • Horsey Windpump E2 • West Somerton E2 • Thurne Mill D3 • St Benet’s Abbey Moorings D3 • Geldeston Lock D7 • Beccles Marsh Trail D7 • North Cove E7 • Herringfl eet Mill E6 • darkskyfi nder.com


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We offer a freshly created British bar/restaurant cuisine and hand-picked international Wine List. Our friendly


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Our Daily Specials Board creatively uses seasonal ingredients, including many


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