Image: Rhett Wyman, Sydney Morning Herald

Southern Sky Livestream with Karlie Noon

Duration: 60 minutes
24 October 2020, 8–9pm Sydney Observatory

Stroll through the cosmos with our Astronomy Ambassador Karlie Noon.

Broadcasting live from Sydney Observatory, see the highlights of the Southern Sky from our telescopes and see the moon and stars like never before. Explore deep space and travel light years to see the planets, star clusters and other interstellar objects.

This is a FREE event hosted on Sydney Observatory’s Facebook Page. Tune in from 8pm on 24 October, no registrations required.

Karlie Noon is a Gamilaraay astrophysicist who is passionate about Indigenous astronomical knowledge and communicating science to those from a disadvantaged background. She was the first Indigenous female to obtain degrees in physics and mathematics which were completed at the University of Newcastle in 2016. She has since completed a masters degree in astrophysics at the Australian National University in 2019. Karlie was an ACT Young Australian of the Year 2019 finalist and is the first Astronomy Ambassador at Sydney Observatory.


Plan Your Experience

All the information you need to plan your visit is available on the Sydney Observatory venue page, including:

Back to top of page