We’re all in a bubble discovering the Hubble

On Wednesday evening the 90s subcamp are celebrating all things to do with the Hubble Telescope.

We’re fortunate enough to have Great Ellingham Observatory joining us on site, to show you the stars and explore the night skies.

Launched in 1990, the Hubble Telescope has been in low-earth orbit ever since, looking out into the universe, discovering new stars and galaxies. It is is famous for helping to determine the rate of expansion of the universe.

What can you see in the night sky from your campsite?

Do you see any planets like Venus or maybe constellations like The Plough or Orion and his belt?

Or could you see a new star perhaps?

Let’s hope that it isn’t cloudy on Wednesday night!