All set for a star studded day

By Tim Clarke Friday 11 January 2013 Updated: 11/01 11:00

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Buy photos » Society secretary Chris Livingstone will be among those helping people to explore the wonders of the night sky. Picture by Marcus Mingins 0113005MMR.

BUDDING stargazers can explore the wonders of the night sky during a packed day of events at Droitwich Library’s Space Day tomorrow (Saturday).

Worcester Astronomical Society are giving people the chance to observe planets, stars and gas clouds through powerful telescopes at a number of events across the county this month.

Members will have a stand at the popular Space Day event which aims to give Spa residents an experience which truly is out of this world.

People with a new telescope or one that has been gathering dust can learn more about how to use it from members at the event.

Admission to the event, which will be held at the library in Victoria Square, is free

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