Normal Obs. sessions take place on a Saturday evening and are led by one or more of the Obs Officers. If the session is clouded we'll head to a college bar.
During the Easter term, we visit a bar first and wait for the sun to set and for the skies to get dark enough for astronomy.
Cloudless observing sessions are scheduled during the week at the discretion of the Obs Officers. They aim to be more flexible to make good use of any promising weather and as such you will need to check the website for regular updates on whether they are to go ahead or not. Significant cloud cover two hours before a session with little sign of clearing will result in cancellation.
Special obs. sessions can take place anytime during the week if it is felt that the sky is particularly clear or an astronomical event is going to be observable. Anyone can suggest targets for these sessions and the telescopes will be available for training.
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