Three outings for the price of one here:- The day at Beaghmore Stone Circles in County Tyrone with Prof Mark Bailey from Armagh Observatory explaining the possible alignments of the stones. Then the QUB Jupiter Watch - over 400 people got to see the giant planet on a clear night. And over 1000 members of the public at Lough Neagh Discovery Centre for Northern Ireland's main Stargazing Live event of 2012!

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