Observatory Hill is Sydney's highest natural vantage point, offering expansive views of the city, the harbour and the sky. In this insightful lunchtime talk, Andrew Jacob, Curator
with the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, discussed the significance of this historic site, and its changing role in scientific history and research.
Andrew Jacob is Curator at the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences. His research interests include everything astronomical and astrophysical and their related histories. He has a particular interest in Australian astronomical history including the role of Sydney Observatory.
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Photo: Kurt Davies
Saturday 4 November 2017
Sydney Observatory, Millers Point
FREE - bookings essential