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Liverpool AS will joining Liverpool World Museum once again for an interesting evening of telescopes, talks and planetarium shows. Although this event is not free, tickets are low cost and […]Continue Reading »
Members of the public are welcome to attend (for free), but please consider joining our Society if you attend more than two monthly meetings. The Annual General Meeting of Liverpool […]Continue Reading »
Join Professor Laurence Garvie, an expert on meteorites from Arizona State University where he conducts research and curates the globally significant meteorite collection. Find out more about his amazing findings […]Continue Reading »
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 »