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HAMPSTEAD OBSERVATORY, LONDON

Hampstead Observatory,
Lower Terrace, south of Whitestone Pond,
Hampstead,
London NW3

The Observatory is open free to the public (donations most welcome)
ONLY IF THE SKY IS CLEAR
from September to April (Except Xmas Weekend)
Friday and Saturday 8pm to 10pm
Sunday 11am to 1pm (to view the Sun)

The Observatory is owned and run by

The Hampstead Scientific Society
Meets monthly on Thursdays at 8.15pm for talks covering all scientific subjects
from September ...
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NEAS North Essex Astronomical Society

NEAS is a fast growing Society for the Essex area. Having a wealth of scopes to use aswell as it's very own dark sky location with self sustained observatory with kitchen, seating and toilet with ample parking and 24hr access for all you die hards out there. Very friendly bunch and very active within the community.
Please take the time to view our website and feel free to contact us for further info.

www.neas.me.uk

All ...
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Starfest 2011

Hello All,
On 19th November 2011 will be the first North Essex Astronomical Society Starfest. Please follow link to purchase tickets and full info on the days events/speakers.

www.neas.me.uk/starfest

Guest speakers are Pete Lawrence, Paul Abel (sky@night) Mark Thompson (BBC The One Show) Andrew Green (Stardome-Astronomy & Astronautics, BBC Radio) and Dr Stuart Clark (ESA Senior Editor for Space Science)

As well as a host of trade stands and a F1 Simulator with prizes for ...
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Burren Star Party

Shannonside Astronomy Club
Are proud to announce that we will
be holding the 2011 Burren Star Party
From Poulnabroune Dolmen, Burren Co.Clare
to take place from Fri 2nd & Sat 3rd of September...

For more information visit...
www.shannonsideastronomyclub.com
and go to the Burren Star party section.

Cheers
Roy Stewart
P.R.O Shannonside Astronomy Club
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S.A.C June Meeting

Shannonside Astronomy Club(Limerick) monthly meeting June 2nd
at Mary Immaculate College room 202 from 8pm...
Main talk given by Frank Ryan Jnr(S.A.C) on Lunar Eclipes.....


http://www.shannonsideastronomyclub.com/
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Dunfermline Astronomical Society

Located in Dunfermline Fife Dunfermline Astronomical Society is free to all astronomers in the Central Region of Scotland. We along with The Dalgety Bay Astro Club have the vision of promoting and encouraging participation from Astronomers of all age groups. Regular meetings of the Dalgety Bay Astro Club are held in the Kabin at Dalgety Bay during the season. Together with DBastro we hold regular Star Gazing evenings and outside events. Recently we held a ...
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Astronomical societies and groups

Hi Folks, could any body tell me if there are any Astronomical societies or groups in the wirral or cheshire areas, that i can contact about joining,or are there any Astronomers in wirral that i can contact.Regards Keith
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Rugby And District AS

Rugby AS meet at CVS House, North St, Rugby on the 3rd Sunday of each month except December.

Talks from members, guest speakers, trips out and observing nights are all on the calendar.

Annual subs are £20 waged, £10 unwaged and £2/meeting for 'casual' membership.

www.rugbyastro.co.uk/

www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Rugby-And-District-Astronomical-Society/185522034805181
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East Sussex Astronomical Society, Bexhill

ESAS
St Marys School
Wrestwood Road
Bexhill, East Sussex
TN40 2LU
Tel: 079 2345 8516
www.esas.org.uk

January 6th 2011 @ 8pm

'How do star-forming galaxies cluster' ~ Dr Wang, a Research Fellow at the University of Sussex, will describe to us the contribution being made to understanding the Universe by the Herschel Space Telescope. Launched last year by ESA it is now providing results of immense importance. The Sussex team led by Professor Seb Oliver, ...
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Wiltshire AS meetings for 2010-11

We hope you agree, an astounding line up for this year


7th of Sep. Importance of Visual Lunar & Planetary Amateur Astronomy by Dr Paul Abel

5th of Oct. The Origins of the Chemical Elements by Professor Mike Edmunds.

2nd of Nov. How far is that by Dr Martin Griffiths.

7th of Dec. American Supper/Forum.


1st of Feb. Space: The next 50 years by Dr David Whitehouse.

1st of Mar. Photographing the Night Sky by ...
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