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The long night’s moon 

In Mark's final blog of the series he looks at the moon during the winter and some well known stars. In the late autumn and winter months the full moon spends the longest time at night above the horizon than ...

The wanderers

In Mark's third stargazing blog he considers the wandering planets. In contrast to needing patience watching shooting stars, which appear and disappear at random, in the blink of an eye, observing planets is the complete opposite. Most are bright and ...

Exploding ‘stars’  

Our second stargazing blog investigates exploding stars. Meteor showers are named after the constellation in the patch of sky that they appear to radiate from. If you draw a line back from where you see them they will all appear ...

Nights out under the stars

The night sky provided a welcome distraction while we were all experiencing isolation and the frustration of being in lockdown. Coinciding with a long lasting spell of unusual, pollution free, clear nights, it gave us all an opportunity to expand ...
Seasonal changes

Reducing seasonal stress

The visible signs of autumn are becoming more evident, with beautiful hanging mists and the smell of the cooling earth and fallen leaves. It’s at this time of year that the duvet can feel more difficult to leave behind and ...

Are you SAD or blue this winter?

In the UK we are approaching meteorological winter and at Fusion Spaces we are turning our attention to light and its importance for our health and wellbeing at work. During a Google session I discovered that the daylight hours in ...

Hygge spaces

Hygge (pronounced hu’ga) is everywhere, on trend and super fashionable. If you’ve not heard of it yet perhaps you’ve been hibernating and so just for you, here’s what all the fuss has been about. We didn’t just consider our home environment, ...
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