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Members of the Liverpool Astronomical Society, (founded in 1881), will display several telescopes for viewing the night sky if clear. There will also be an illustrated talk on astronomy. This […]Continue Reading »
Mr. Gerard Gilligan, the Chairman for The Society for the History of Astronomy joins us this March for his talk which was originally due to take place this January. https://societyforthehistoryofastronomy.com/Continue Reading »
Liverpool Astronomical Society with Sefton Park Palm HouseInvite you to a Star PartyatThe Palm HouseSefton ParkLiverpoolL17 1AL Come and be inspired by the wonders of the night skyPlanets, moons and […]Continue Reading »
The October 2022 (William Lassell Memorial Lecture) monthly meeting of Liverpool Astronomical Society for the 2022-2023 session will be held on Friday, October 21st from 19:00 to 21:00. Our guest […]Continue Reading »
‘Cronton Sun Moon and Stars’ is a celebration of Cronton’s links to stargazing and astronomy with a glowing planetarium in the pasture. A free ticket is required. Please see their […]Continue Reading »