A network for women working in space in New Zealand, and those who want to. We are dedicated to expanding opportunities for women and other gender minorities to work in space fields and pursuing gender equity in the space sector in New Zealand.
A non-profit organization to promote the science of astronomical sciences with the continued use of The Observatory. Where public viewing is encouraged. Open for viewing after 7.00 pm ‘WINTER’. Friday nights are favoured near to first quarter moon. * Though the summer months of daylight saving time we open ‘ after
Welcome to the Whakatane Astronomical Society, the only Observatory/Planetarium in Whakatane. A must do night-time activity in Whakatane. Get a great view of the southern skies through our 35.50cm celestron and 25.4cm Meade instruments. The observatory is open, subject to weather on Tuesday and Friday nights from 7.30pm. Other nights by arrangement.
The mission of the United States Embassy in Wellington is to advance the interests of the United States, and to serve and protect U.S. citizens in New Zealand. The Ambassador is the personal representative of the President of the United States. As the chief advocate of U.S. policy, he is
The Cooke 6-Inch Refractor TelescopeThe Townsend telescope was made in 1864 by Cooke and Sons of York and London. Whether it was made for James Townsend or not is not clear, nor is the exact time of its arrival in New Zealand. However it is known that James Townsend used
Techweek is a nationwide series of events, showcasing and celebrating New Zealand innovation. We provide a platform for everyone to meet, share ideas and create connections to enhance our future world. The intention behind Techweek is simple. New Zealand’s technology and innovation sectors are growing rapidly and Techweek fosters that
Te Awamutu Space Centre is a museum and activity centre suitable for all ages. We love sharing our passion for space and astronomy but we’re not just for space geeks! Most of our visitors arrive with no real interest in space but end up finding it more interesting and fun than
The Aims and Objectives of the Tauranga Astronomical Society were confirmed at the inaugural meeting in 2002: (1) To promote and foster the development of astronomy and related technology in the Western Bay of Plenty (2) To encourage and foster associations and groups interested in astronomy including other organisations, clubs and