© Galloway Astronomy Centre 2020 All images are copyright – M Alexander unless otherwise stated
Media Coverage of the Astronomy Centre and the Galloway Forest Park Since the announcement of the Dark Sky Park on 16th November 2009 there has been a huge interest from the media. We have had visits from various newspapers through the years. The articles are posted on-line.
Keith Muir and Steve Owen
Galloway Astronomy Centre on CCTV - Central China Television Mr Zhang Ou of CCTV visited the Centre to film a piece for a magazine section of CCTV News. He was primarily interested in the impact of light pollution and if people in rural areas have a better connection with and care for their environment. The program is watched by an estimated 100 million Chinese. The image on the right is of Mr Zhang Ou standing in the field in front of our cottage.
Galloway Astronomy Centre Discover the Dark Skies of Galloway
“It’s the best view I’ve ever had” - Prof Ian Morison (Jodrell Bank)
© Galloway Astronomy Centre 2020 All images are copyright – M Alexander unless otherwise stated
Media Coverage of the Astronomy Centre and the Galloway Forest Park Since the announcement of the Dark Sky Park on 16th November 2009 there has been a huge interest from the media. We have had visits from various newspapers through the years. The articles are posted on-line.
Keith Muir and Steve Owen
Galloway Astronomy Centre on CCTV - Central China Television Mr Zhang Ou of CCTV visited the Centre to film a piece for a magazine section of CCTV News. He was primarily interested in the impact of light pollution and if people in rural areas have a better connection with and care for their environment. The program is watched by an estimated 100 million Chinese. The image on the right is of Mr Zhang Ou standing in the field in front of our cottage.
Galloway Astronomy Centre Discover the Dark Skies of Galloway
“It’s the best view I’ve ever had” - Prof Ian Morison (Jodrell Bank)
Media Coverage of the Astronomy Centre and the Galloway Forest Park Since the announcement of the Dark Sky Park on 16th November 2009 there has been a huge interest from the media. We have had visits from various newspapers through the years. The articles are posted on-line.
Keith Muir and Steve Owen
Galloway Astronomy Centre on CCTV - Central China Television Mr Zhang Ou of CCTV visited the Centre to film a piece for a magazine section of CCTV News. He was primarily interested in the impact of light pollution and if people in rural areas have a better connection with and care for their environment. The program is watched by an estimated 100 million Chinese. The image on the right is of Mr Zhang Ou standing in the field in front of our cottage.
Galloway Astronomy Centre Discover the Dark Skies of Galloway