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AIGTotal Lunar Eclipse Observation

Thursday, January 18th, 2018

This is a wonderful opportunity to gather in Wah Yan to watch the Total Lunar Eclipse with Wah Yan fellows. We’ll go to the roof of Ricci Building, the highest point of the School, for the observation. The eclipse lasts for several hours, and the estimated schedule is as follows: Total eclipse of the Moon […]


AIGTotal Lunar Eclipse Observation

Saturday, December 10th, 2011

This is a wonderful opportunity to gather in Wah Yan campus to watch the Total Lunar Eclipse with Wah Yan fellows. The eclipse lasts for several hours, and the estimated schedule is as follows: Total eclipse of the Moon on Dec 10 State Time Date Moon enters penumbra 19:32 Dec 10 Moon enters umbra 20:45 […]


AIGPartial Solar Eclipse 日偏食觀察日

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

After the last lunar eclipse watching, we’re glad to announce that a partial solar eclipse can be seen in the morning of 22nd July this year. This is a total eclipse that can be seen in Shanghai and some other major Chinese cities, but not Hong Kong. However, it would be the greatest solar eclipse […]


AIGLuna Hide and Seek 元宵嫦娥羞半月

Monday, February 9th, 2009

It is a very extraordinary chance to have both solar and lunar eclipse happened on the first and 15th day of the First Month on Chinese calendar. Unfortunately, the solar eclipse was covered by heavy cloud, but AIG would like to gather Wahyanites together at night back to our lovely home school for enjoy the […]


AIGWYKPSA First Stargazing Activity

Saturday, November 8th, 2008

Organized by WYKPSA Astronomy Interest Group (AIG) Meeting the King of Olympus and the Seven Sisters Near the end of the year, stargazers seek for the belt of Orion and the Queen Cassiopeia. Big Bear (Ursa Major) will have already set before sunset, but it’s time for the Queen to guide you north. Whilst Jupiter, […]