Issue Two

Hello again!

Mid-August marks the peak of the annual Perseid meteor shower, as Earth drifts through a region of space with shards and fragments. There have been some spectacular fireballs spotted as they blast down into our atmosphere…and if you see one, you can make a wish. So if the clouds clear- keep your eyes on the sky!

Hobart has also just celebrated the first Aurora and Night Sky Festival- you can see the photos from this exhibit at Mt. Nelson Signal Station. It’s also National Science Week, so spare a moment’s thought about all the things there are to learn on the earth, in the ocean, and in the sky.

Since our first issue, there has been a much appreciated influx of interest and stories, an interview about Tasmanian Geographic with a leading daily newspaper, and an opportunity to speak on the radio about this new project. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoy publishing it!

If you are inspired by the stories you read, please forward along this issue to a friend. If you are reading this and would like to get all the future issues by email, check out the subscription form on the web site. It’s free- enjoy and share!

Hope you are keeping warm this winter,

— The Editor

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In Issue Two: Towering Sea Cliffs – Six Views of Tasman National Park + A Motoring Guide To Mt Wellington + Fifty People One Question — Launceston + Judah Solomon and the Building

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Judah Solomon and the Building of the Hobart Synagogue

How the generosity of Judah Solomon facilitated the building of the oldest remaining synagogue in Australia

Rotem Erlich

A Motoring Guide To Mt Wellington

Welcome To The Mountain. Explore Mount Wellington by car using this geographic guide

Mark Hanna

Towering Sea Cliffs – Six Views of Tasman National Park

The dolerite cliffs of the Tasman National Park are some of the tallest in the world

Michael Fuller

Fifty People One Question — Launceston

What’s YOUR happiest memory?

Declan Brown