We make every effort to keep the programme up-to-date and accurate.  However changes can happen at short notice and updates rely on the kind donation of time by Society members.  If you see an error please let us know or, better still, offer to help keep the website up-to-date.

Basic members are welcome to attend Lectures but will be charged a small fee.

Jun
6
Thu
Observing / Informal evening
Jun 6 @ 7:45 pm – 9:45 pm

This evening is open to all, telescope not essential, but if you wish to bring one please do so, it would be advisable to dress for the weather, a torch is recommended as the path will be dark, red preferred.

Please note :- if observing is not possible this will become an informal evening.

Jun
13
Thu
Observing / Informal evening
Jun 13 @ 7:45 pm – 9:45 pm

This evening is open to all, telescope not essential, but if you wish to bring one please do so, it would be advisable to dress for the weather, a torch is recommended as the path will be dark, red preferred.

Please note :- if observing is not possible this will become an informal evening.

Jun
20
Thu
Observing / Informal evening
Jun 20 @ 7:45 pm – 9:45 pm

This evening is open to all, telescope not essential, but if you wish to bring one please do so, it would be advisable to dress for the weather, a torch is recommended as the path will be dark, red preferred.

Please note :- if observing is not possible this will become an informal evening.

Jun
22
Sat
BAA Summer Meeting
Jun 22 all-day

The Title for this Meeting is “Astronomy and Astrophysics today”

Dr Jackie Davies (RAL Space) Space Weather monitoring from the L5 Lagrange point

Prof Peter Doel (UCL) The dark Energy Spectroscopic instrument

Dr Chris Pearson (RAL Space) ARIEL & Alien Worlds

Barry Kellett (RAL Space) Moon Landing 50th Anniversary – Truth or Hoax ?

Dr David Boyd (BAA & NAS) Amateur Astronomy Today

Because of on site security, those wishing to attend MUST PRE BOOK, & Booking will close on 10th June

Full details & Maps can be found on the Newbury AS Website :-

http://www.newburyastro.org.uk

And the BAA Website :-

http://www.britastro.org/RAL2019

Please book online via, http://www.britastro.org/RAL2019, or Call the BAA Office on :- 0207 734 4145

Closing Date 10th June 2019

 

This event is not organised by the Society

for those members that may wish to attend, you could see just where Barry comes from, when he visits us.

 

Jun
27
Thu
Observing / Informal evening
Jun 27 @ 7:45 pm – 9:45 pm

This evening is open to all, telescope not essential, but if you wish to bring one please do so, it would be advisable to dress for the weather, a torch is recommended as the path will be dark, red preferred.

Please note :- if observing is not possible this will become an informal evening.

Sep
6
Fri
BAA Autumn Weekend Meeting
Sep 6 – Sep 8 all-day

The Title for this weekend Meeting is :- Comets & other small objects, and will include a Meet the Section Directors session

This post will be updated as and when details become available

Oct
12
Sat
BAA Observers Workshop
Oct 12 all-day

This Workshop will cover :- Solar & Auroral Activity, as well as NLC’s (Noctilucent Clouds)

This post will be updated as and when details become available