As we are all too aware, our British weather is changeable (wet).

Whilst the main focus of the Seething Observatory is observing the Night Sky through telescopes in one of our two domes, our Draper run-off, our Springfield telescope and a variety of members own telescopes, we recognise that this is not always possible. Over the past few years we have introduced Radio Astronomy to the capability of the Observatory. Radio astronomy can be performed and demonstrated in any weather conditions and at any time of the day (no need for clear dark skies).

Thus, regardless of the weather we hope that visitors to our site, at the Public Open events, can always experience for themselves ,observation of some electromagnetic radiation from space, whether that is in the visible of radio wavelength range, or even both.