LEGO 75969 Harry Potter Hogwarts Astronomy Tower, Castle Toy Playset with 8 Character Minifigures, Wizarding World Gifts for Kids, Girls & Boys (Amazon Exclusive)
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Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 6, Chapter 42 ( The Final Vault) - Astronomy Lesson ( Meteor Showers) Includes 8 minifigures: Harry, Hermione, Ron, Luna, Neville, Draco, Lavender Brown and Professor Horace Slughorn, plus a Hedwig figure
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Our interactive instructions are easy-to-read tools on your computer, tablet or phone. Enhance your experience! Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 7, Chapter 16 ( Trials and Tribulations) - Astronomy Lesson "Rogue Planets" Astronomy classes took place in the highest level of the Astronomy Tower, the tallest tower in Hogwarts Castle, and included sky observation sessions with telescopes  (each student has to buy one of his/her own).  Lesson times [ ] YearDuring the production all pieces of a puzzle are laid out flat, held together by red-dotted pieces. These pieces are not part of the puzzle. They can be discarded after the puzzle has been completed. Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment in Diagon Alley sold telescopes and other equipment needed for Astronomy.  Aurora Sinistra was the Astronomy professor at Hogwarts during Harry Potter's time as a student.  She was also teaching during Jacob's sibling's time at Hogwarts.  Location and time [ ] Classrooms [ ] Professor McGonagall: " I — I know that it was Dumbledore's wish to be laid to rest here, at Hogwarts-" Harry Potter: " Then that's what'll happen, isn't it?" — Hogwarts professors discussing the fate of Hogwarts and Dumbledore's funeral [src]
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Ron and Hermione ... were ... completing some star charts for Astronomy. ... "You can copy mine, if you like," said Ron, labeling his last star with a flourish and shoving the chart toward Harry. ( PA8) They had to study the night skies through their telescopes every Wednesday at midnight and learn the names of difficult stars and the movement of planets. " — Harry Potter's summary of the subject [src] In the book of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Rowle is the Death Eater to shout at Hagrid, however, in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, an unidentified male Death Eater does, possibly because Rowle's character is not as big as in the books—which is strange, considering Rowle has been in the films before and this character randomly showed up for this scene.
There it was, hanging in the sky above the school: the blazing green skull with a serpent tongue, the mark Death Eaters left behind whenever they had entered a building... wherever they had murdered [...] " — Harry Potter seeing the Dark Mark above Hogwarts [src]