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

Jan
26
Sat
BAA Ordinary Meeting
Jan 26 @ 2:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Mr David Pulley, will present “Eclipse timing variations, and the search for circumbinary planets”

Dr David White, will present “Visual interference observations of sub-arcsecond double stars”

Dr David Arditti, will present the Sky Notes

This event is not organised by the Society

 

Feb
7
Thu
Observing Evening (Weather permitting)
Feb 7 @ 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.

Feb
8
Fri
European Astrofest Conference & exhibition 2019
Feb 8 – Feb 9 all-day

European Astrofest 2019, is in  London again, with two days of conference, from Fri 8th to Sat the 9th of Feb, at the Kensington Conference Centre, the nearest tube station is High Street Kensington, about 5 mins walk from the venue.

This post will be updated as and when details become available

 

 

Feb
14
Thu
Observing evening (Weather permitting)
Feb 14 @ 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.

Feb
21
Thu
Observing evening (Weather Permitting)
Feb 21 @ 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 wold 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.

Feb
28
Thu
Observing evening (Weather Permitting)
Feb 28 @ 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 wold 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.

Mar
2
Sat
BAA Back to Basics Workshop
Mar 2 all-day

BAA Back to Basics Workshop Orwell Ipswich

This post will be updated as and when details become available

This event is not organised by the Society

Mar
28
Thu
Observing Evening (Weather permitting)
Mar 28 @ 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

Apr
1
Mon
Kelling Heath Star Party
Apr 1 – Apr 8 all-day

If you want skies that will offer a view of the summer constellations, away from an urban light polluted environment then Kelling with it’s ” Dark Sky Discovery Site” is well worth a visit.

Apr
4
Thu
Observing evening (Weather Permitting)
Apr 4 @ 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 wold 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.