Observatory visit for gifted Sidmouth students

15:00 27 February 2013

Students from Sidmouth College

Students from Sidmouth College's Gifted and Talented programme at the Norman Lockyer Observatory with Mac Currie

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Promising youngsters from Sidmouth College turned their attention skyward as they visited the Norman Lockyer Observatory.

Science students in the Gifted and Talented programme met Einstein look-a-like Mac Currie, who took them on a tour of the site and showed them the universe.

Mac played them fun songs and videos about outer space, before an astronomical question and answer session that captured their imaginations.

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