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Teaching Astronomy at Sydney Observatory
International Astronomical Union Colloquium
Sydney Observatory is a museum of astronomy and a public observatory. It is Australia's oldest existing observatory and is now a branch of the Powerhouse Museum, the largest museum in the southern hemisphere. With 65,000 visitors each year, the observatory is popular with the public. Visitors can come during the day to see exhibits and audiovisuals and in the evenings on telescope viewing sessions. They can also take part in school holiday workshops, adult education courses or adoi:10.1017/s0252921100115143 fatcat:ftuqxyadyzdjxl3amdmitqkyai