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The Northern Ireland Amateur Astronomy Society (NIAAS)
September 2018 Lecture PDF Print E-mail

The first meeting of 2018/19 season will be on Monday 3rd September, it starts at 8pm sharp in our usual venue of Ballyclare High School Lecture Theatre. Directions can be found here.

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For our first meeting, our very own observing expert and society secretary, Stevie Beasant will be giving us a talk titled Observing the Autumn Sky.

As many of our members know, Stevie knows his night sky, and with darker evenings now approaching it's time to get the telescopes dusted off and get out observing. This months newsletter 'Alzimuth' has been produced to accompany Stevie's talk.

Please note: Under 16's are very welcome but due to our child protection policy, we ask that they are accompanied by an adult.

As always we will have refreshments available after the meeting, a donation bucket is available at the door if you wish to support us in our work!

Hope to see you all there!

 
Programme PDF Print E-mail

All meetings start at 8pm in the Lecture Theatre at Ballyclare High School, Ballyclare, County Antrim. For directions, click here.

2018

September 3rd - Stephen Beasant (NIAAS) - Observing the Autumn Sky

October 1st - Prof Mihalis Mathioudakis (QUB) - The new solar observatory

November 5th - Dr Steve Barrett (Liverpool) - Warping Space and Time

December 3rd - Equipment and beginners night

2019

January 14th - Dr Stuart Sim (QUB) - Subject TBC

February 4th - Prof. Alan Fitzsimmons (QUB) - Oumuamua

March 4th - Ronan Newman (Galway) - Noctilucent Clouds: Ice at the Edge of Space

April 1st - Dr. Andrew Dennis (Andor) - Camera Technologies for Advanced Astronomy

May 13th - Members Talk, The Big Quiz and AGM

 

 
Become a NIAAS member ONLINE PDF Print E-mail

We are pleased to announce that you can now become a NIAAS member ONLINE with payment through PayPal.

Click here to see our membership options and join now for membership to September 2019! Pay securely with PayPal. Even if you don't have a PayPal account you can pay with your credit or debit card!

There is no better time to join or renew your current membership!
(The NIAAS is a registered charity no. NIC100233 and registered as a charity with the Inland Revenue: Charity No. XT18196)

 
Associate Membership PDF Print E-mail

Due to the great increase of interest, we are very proud to introduce a new associate membership pack!

Are you interested in local astronomy and would like to become a member of the NIAAS but you're unable to attend our meetings in Ballyclare? Then Associate Membership is for you!

Read more...
 

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