- Event date:
- 8:00 pm
- The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre
Join us at The Sill in the Northumberland International Dark Sky Park for this fantastic celestial event.
The Orionid meteor shower is produced by the well-known Halley’s Comet, as its tail passes through our solar system.
Find out what comets are made of, whether they hold the key to life on earth and why do they pass by so regularly?
This event is suitable for families and stargazing beginners, aged 11yrs and older. It can be really cold when out at night, so please wear warm clothes. Warm refreshments will be provided throughout the evening.