09:07AM, Wednesday 18 January 2012
Jupiter and the Orion nebula will be searched out with telescopes in Maidenhead as part of the BBC's Stargazing event.
Maidenhead Astronomical Society is hosting the event from 6-10pm on Saturday and is inviting all ages, regardless of experience.
Society vice-chairman Martin Andrews said: "Maidenhead Astronomical Society is pleased to be hosting a Stargazing live event in association with BBC Learning.
"From the moons of Jupiter, and the brilliant Venus to the Orion Nebula, the gems of the night sky are within the reach of telescopes and binoculars," he said.
Parking and entry are free. No booking required.
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