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Scarborough & Ryedale Astronomical Society was established in 1976, originally under the name Scarborough & District Astronomical Society. The society
The Club was formed by a small group of enthusiasts more than 20 years ago. In 2004 a purpose built centre named the Sir Patrick Moore Astronomy Centre
HAAJ akan mengadakan Star Party kembali, dimana pada Star Party ini merupakan Star Party pertama di tahun 2013 ini, yang berarti pula Star Party kali ini
Astronomy Wise hold public meetings every 2nd Friday of the month. We are hold the meetings at Sawdon Village Hall near Scarborough, postcode YO13 9DY.
Run by The Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with Sky at Night Magazine, the competition is an international search for images of the cosmos, from photographs of galaxies millions of light years away to dramatic images of the night sky taken closer ...
Flaring brighter than the full moon, this spectacular Geminid lit up the sky above Cartersville, Ga., at 2:29 a.m. EST on the morning of Dec.14th. This is one of the brightest fireballs observed by the NASA network of meteor cameras in over 4 years of operation. (NASA/MSFC/MEO)
A selection of interesting photos of the sky
The East Midlands Stargazers is a small but growing online community of amateur astronomers from all over the East Midlands. We can be found by going
ELAC is based in the Eastern part of Lincolnshire, we meet once a month at the Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve near Skegness, we have no membership fee's
From digitaljournal.com.Initial reports say the orbit of this comet will make its closest (perihelion) approach to the Sun on 28 November, 2013 at a distance
The following from National Geographic Daily News.More amazing pictures...... NASA's space-based Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) recorded the images
As you would expect, the Celestron 90LCM Computerized Refractor Telescope is a premium quality 90 mm refractor telescope on a lightweight computerized mount
Meade Telescopes UK. Meade are recognised for their cutting edge advance in telescopic design
The range of Fujinon binoculars boast high optical performance and reliability
The Fujinon Polaris binoculars have special anti-reflection coatings in order to achieve the exceptional light transmission
Some amazing news this week...Jan 10, 2012 4:37 PM ET An international team of astronomers has located a massive, hot young galaxy cluster – the largest
Each TeleVue eyepiece is configured to achieve the sharpest full field, with the number of elements and groups minimized
There are a number of issues that can be minimized when using a Televue Powermate over a typical Barlow lens
Why not give your telescope a real boost in magnification with the Orion Shorty barlow lens which doubles the power of any eyepiece.
Binoculars are a great way to view celestial objects and generally cost far less than telescopes. Although not able to produce views seen through a good