Star Gazing / Beneath the Moon


Even if, one day after the summer solstice, we are experiencing one of the shortest nights of the year, it is well worth casting our eyes up into the summerly star-filled sky. The constellations are high above us at this time of the year, and especially the magnificent Swan, whose starry head is first revealed it all its splendour when we look through the telescope. And a cosmic attraction can certainly also be found in the neighbouring Lyra constellation. There is much to discover on this summer night’s tour by telescope across the firmament. This event will only be held in good weather conditions.


Dirk Schlesier

Director | Planetarium Halle