Last change for watching Stars :)
The Institute of Astronomy hosts a evening for the public every Wednesday in the winter month (ending in March). The best thing is, it's free.
An astronomer from the Institute will present a half-hour public talk, starting promptly at 7.15pm.This followed by an opportunity to look through the historical Northumberland and Thorrowgood telescopes if and only if the weather is clear. In the case of bad/cloudy weather the talk will take place, and will be followed by a tea break and some short entertainment from the CAA (Cambridge Astronomical Association).
The talk for this evening will be: "Inflation: extreme expansion in the very earliest Universe"
The doors will be closed at 6:50 which means we have to be inside before that time. :)
Therefore I suggest to meet at 6:30 in front of the institute.
Find the links for the public evening and location below.