The Orbit Stage:
Find the headliners playing here along with talks and films during the day
The 32m diameter GHY-6 antenna which beamed the Live Aid concert around the world will be upgraded to allow Britain to communicate with space missions to Mars.
The £8.4m project at Goonhilly Earth Station, in Cornwall, will help create the world’s first commercial deep-space communications station, capable of tracking future missions to the Moon and Mars.
The Old Visitors Centre: Home of workshops, talks and the after party.
The Old Battery Store is the building that used to house the batteries that would keep the Arthur dish working in the event of a power outage until the onsite 4MW generators kicked in. Find movies, stories and a pub quiz in here
Access to Goonhilly Nature Reserve
The Moon - this will be the position of the Moon at 21:37pm on Sat 20th Ju;y....heres hoping for a clear night.
Goonhilly 1, or Antenna 1, or "Arthur" is probably the most famous and loved satellite dish in the world! Built in 1962, it carried the first ever trans-Atlantic TV pictures from the USA to Europe using the Telstar satellite. So ground-breaking and noteworthy at the time, at the beginning of the space age, there was even a number 1 hit in the UK pop charts celebrating the "Telstar" achievement.