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Category Archives: The British Astronomical Association
The March 2015 monthly meeting of Liverpool Astronomical Society for session 2014-15, will take place on Friday, March 20th 2015 from 7pm. Our guest speaker this month is Mr. Robin Leadbeater from the British Astronomical Association, whose lecture is entitled “Science from Starlight” If your 2014-2015 subscriptions have not yet been paid, your membership has lapsed. […]Continue Reading »
The Campaign to Protect Rural England‘s Dark Skies division and the British Astronomical Association have partnered with National Astronomy Week 2014 to run Star Count 2014. From the website: By taking part in our Star Count you will be helping us to find out which part of the country has the darkest skies where the […]Continue Reading »
Transient Lunar Phenomena, or TLP for short, are a poorly understood happening which occurs on (or perhaps in the atmosphere of) our Moon. They appear as brief glows, flashes of light, misty areas or shadows against the Moon’s disc. For a very long time, these occurrences were consigned to the realms of pseudo-science, over-active imaginations […]Continue Reading »
The Liverpool Astronomical Society is:
Affiliated to the British Astronomical Association
A Member of the Federation of Astronomical Societies
Founder member of the North West Group of Astronomical Societies
Twinned with Vlasim Astronomical SocietyContinue 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 Access via basement entrance Click Here for Map of Museum and Car Parking Locations within city. Click On Map For Details of Entrance to use […]Continue Reading »