The Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences (IA) co-organises with Amoreiras 360º Panoramic View an observation of the night sky with telescopes from one of the highest viewpoints in Lisbon.
Observe the details of mountains and craters on the Moon, the planets Saturn and Jupiter, visible only through part of the night, and identify constellations from this time of the year, such as Sagittarius, the Swan, Aquila or Hercules.
Recommended for aged 4 and above. Registrations on 23 September starting from 18:30 at the site reception. There are five half-hour sessions scheduled for 20:30, 21:15, 22:00, 22:45 and 23:30.
The observations are dependent on favourable weather conditions, that might be known only on the day by 14:00.
Event co-organised in partnership with Amoreiras 360º Panoramic View.
Duration:5 half-hour sessions
Registrations on 23 September starting from 18:30 at the site reception. There will be five half-hour sessions scheduled for 20:30, 21:15, 22:00, 22:45 and 23:30.
LocationAmoreiras 360º Panoramic View
Centro Comercial Amoreiras, 2º piso
Av. Engº Duarte Pacheco
GPS: N 38° 43.405 W 9° 09.735