Time Balls, Kings and Telescopes

Keen to learn about all these and more?

We go stargazing in the Wairarapa every Friday and Saturday.

If you cannot make it to Wairarapa or New Zealand, you can still learn astronomy online with us with SLOOH. 

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A very short story of astronomy at the top of the cable car, where we still operate.

Charles Rooking Carter – benefactor
Carter Observatory before the planetarium was constructed

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