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    Next Event - Hannah Dalgleish - Women in Dark Skies

    Join us for the next episode in our "Women in Dark Skies" webinar series.

    We are thrilled that Dr Hannah Dalgleish will be our next guest speaker for our series entitled "Women in Dark Skies". This webinar will be at 7pm on Friday 17th June - everyone is welcome!

    Hannah is a researcher at the University of Oxford in astronomy for development. She is involved in numerous projects related to dark sky tourism, light pollution, astronomy education, science communication, and more.An astrophysicist by training, she now spends her time focused on capacity-building projects, and on furthering our understanding of how astronomy impacts the lives of people around the world.

    Dark skies in Namibia: celebrating stars and stories.

    As a country renowned for its pristine night skies, Namibia offers a perfect landscape for dark sky activities. The benefits are vast, from the preservation of indigenous stories to opportunities in sustainable socio-economic development.

    This is a free Zoom event but please register in advance on the link below:

    Join us Friday 17th June at 7pm - Zoom Link to register here

    International Dark Sky Week 2022

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    Welcome to Mayo Dark Sky Park. Mayo is now home to Ireland’s first International Dark Sky Park, showcasing some of the darkest, most pristine skies in the world.

    Where the darkest skies reveal the brightest stars.

    CONTACT INFO

    Wild Nephin National Park,
    Ballycroy Visitor Centre,
    National Parks & Wildlife Service,
    Ballycroy Village,
    Co. Mayo

    +353 (0)98 49 888