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Keighley Astronomical Society meet on a monthly basis. We are a group of like-minded individuals who all share a love of the night sky. Thanks for visting the site. We hope to see you at a meet soon but in the mean time these pages should tell you everything you need to know!

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Nov11

The New Keplerian Revolution

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‘The New Keplerian Revolution’ was the Title of Prof Donald Kurtz  presentation at the October meeting of Keighley Astronomical Society Don Kurtz is currently a Professor...

Nov11

Northern Lights from Iceland

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Fantastic photos taken last week by society member Henry Curran whilst on holiday at Egilsstadir, in the very east of Iceland. ...

Oct29

Introduction to Astronomy Course 2014

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They successfully completed a five week adult vocational course entitled ‘An Introduction to Astronomy. The course covered the basics of the science; The formation and...

Oct29

2014 Astrofestival

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Sunday 19th October 2014, Keighley Astronomical Society at East Riddlesden Hall, Astrofestival 2014. organised by Bradford Astronomical Society and the National trust. The events...

Sep30

September Society Meeting

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Society chairman Paul Neaves Gave a presentation to 40 society members on the wonders of the Autumn night sky. Covering the forthcoming months events in Space and the seasons...

Sep01

‘A’ star

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Well done to young Keighley Astronomy society member Cassie Barlow-Hall for getting a ‘A star grade’ in GCSE Astronomy. It has been a subject that really captured her...