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 are available on the World Museum event page here where you will also find the full line-up for the talks and planetarium shows.
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 and his life, spent travelling the world looking for new specimens to help further our knowledge of the universe. Questions? If you have any questions […]
Tickets availble from World Museum Liverpool Website Please Note: Museum will be updating their page soon. It will appear in this list when they do so.
Liverpool Astronomical Society in association with Liverpool Central Library and Liverpool World Museum would like to invite everybody to join us on Saturday, 10th December 2022 for a day celebrating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 17 - currently standing as the final manned mission to the moon. This event is taking place simultaneously in two […]
We'll be on the 5th floor of the World Museum, William Brown St, Liverpool, L3 8EN, on Friday, 11th November between 17:30 & 21:00 with views of the night sky through telescopes on the balcony if the weather is clear, as well as talks and planetarium shows. For more information contact Mr. Steve Southern via […]
Join us and our friends at the Liverpool World Museum on Saturday, 8th October between 11:00 and 15:00 for this one day out of this year's Science Week event, where we'll have talks, solar telescopes to safely observe the sun, and informational displays.
A variety of events are taking place across the country. The LAS will be at the World Museum on Saturday, October 8th (click here for more details.) In addition, the World Museum have other related events on for Science Week, and much more including a Doctor Who exhibition, regular planetarium shows and a host of […]
We will be situated near the front entrance of the museum at street level. Details to follow. Two images of the solar disc, side-by-side. The first shows the sun in hydrogen-alpha light, and the second shows the sun in ordinary visible white light. The hydrogen-alpha image makes it possible to see details like prominences, flares […]
Continuing our cooperation with the World Museum Liverpool, the Liverpool Astronomical Society will be taking part in their February Stargazing Event. There are several talks planned, a trip to the planetarium, telescopes on the balcony plus information desk and displays from the LAS. If you intend to go along as a visitor you will need […]
From https://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/wml/events/displayevent.aspx?EventId=41320 Join us for a unique journey to the stars as we open late for our spectacular stargazing night on Friday 8 November, 5.30pm to 9.00pm! Back by popular demand, our stargazing night is perfect for anyone with an interest in Astronomy and Space who is keen to discover more about the night […]