Kerry Astronomy Club (Ireland)

As with the majority of clubs, the Kerry astronomy club in Ireland was started to bring together, a number of small informal groups of people who share a common fascination with astronomy.

The Initial aim was to attempt to bring these groups with each other for observing sessions and to make an effort to attract the odd speaker to the Southwest for talks.

Additionally the club was to be a valuable source of information for all our members and for the general public in our area.

Meetings are held in the Tralee Institute of Technology's North Campus in room T118 at 7:30 PM sharp. They are usually on the second Tuesday of each month unless the date clashes with college holidays or exams.

Every single meeting has a short general discussion regarding what can be seen in the sky in the coming month and several space exploration headlines.

One constellation or other object will also be focused on in a little more detail to help us to get to know the sky.

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