Category Archives: Globular Clusters

Monthly Meeting: Steve Warbis: “Messier’s Objects and How they Map the Milky Way”

The January 2024 monthly meeting of Liverpool Astronomical Society for the 2023-2024 session will be held on Friday, January 19th from 19:00 to 21:00. Members of the public are welcome […] Continue Reading »

Deep Sky – September 2008 by Dave Owen

The constellation of Capricorn, dim and indistinct  in light polluted skies, due to its low altitude, reaches its highest elevation above our horizon in mid September at about 22:30 BST. […] Continue Reading »

Deep Sky August 2008 – Dave Owen

The constellation of Delphinus, the Dolphin, reaches its highest point in our skies, due south, at about midnight in the middle of August. Although the individual stars are fairly faint, […] Continue Reading »

Members Observations (Up to December 1997)

Drawings by John Knott Lunar Observations by John Knott, August 1992 – December 1996 Mars Observations by John Knott, March – April 1997 Astrophotography by Gerard Gilligan Astrophotography by David […] Continue Reading »