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More opportunities for the public to view Mars at close range

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Attention Duty Announcers, Radio and TV Stations:

Please broadcast the following as soon as possible and repeat it at suitable intervals:

To facilitate more people to have the opportunity to view Mars, the Hong Kong Space Museum (Space Museum) will continue to provide free observation facilities today (August 28) and tomorrow (August 29) for the public.

A spokesman for the Space Museum noted that the observation facilities would be set up at the Podium of Hong Kong Museum of Art, at 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, for both days.

"The observation will start by 7.30 pm, subject to weather conditions. Due to the limitation of space, the number of viewers will be limited to a maximum capacity of 1,000 persons each day. Interested parties have to get an admission coupon, which will be distributed from 6 pm on a first-come-first-served basis," the spokesman said.

The observation activity for next Wednesday (September 3) will be arranged as scheduled, subject to weather condition.

End/Thursday, August 28, 2003

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