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The February 2016 monthly meeting of Liverpool Astronomical Society for session 2015-16, will take place on Friday, February 19th 2015 from 7pm. Due to unforeseen circumstances, our scheduled guest speaker Dr. […]Continue Reading »
Astronomical equipment suppliers and optical equipment specialists Astronomia have asked us to let LAS members know that they will be attending the upcoming North-West Astronomy Festival 2013 on the weekend […]Continue Reading »
In November, West Didsbury Astronomical Society welcome Chris Lintott (of Oxford University and the BBC’s Sky At Night programme) in a lecture entitled “Galaxy Zoo and the Discoveries“. As well […]Continue Reading »
Miss Sarah Gilligan, a member of Liverpool Astronomical Society, was awarded the runner-up prize in the first Young Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition. The competition was organised by the […]Continue Reading »
Liverpool Astronomical Society presents The British Astronomical Association Meteor Section Meeting In Association With and Liverpool Museum Saturday 18th October 1997 10am – 5pm Main Lecture Theatre NMGM Liverpool Museum […]Continue Reading »