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Discovering the Universe over Yorkshire

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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Dec30

The January Night Sky

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  The New Year kicks off with a dazzling supermoon, on the night of the 1st into the morning of the 2nd. If you want to see premier league stars strutting their stuff,...

Dec16

Astronomy at Craven College

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  Wednesday 13th December 2017, saw the final module of the five week ‘Introduction to Astronomy course’, The course was based at Skipton’s Craven Collage. The...

Dec08

The Rosse Telescope and the Shipley connection

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  The guest speaker at the December monthly meeting of Keighley Astronomical society was Mr Keith Berrington. His presentation was entitled. “The Rosse Telescope and the...

Nov24

The Origins of Life

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  Making a welcome return to Keighley Astronomical society Was Mr Richard Turner from Harrogate Astronomy Society. He was faced with packed meeting at Steeton Methodist...

Nov24

Successful students 2017

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  Four society members asked the question ‘how did our universe came to be?’     Lyndon Davy, John Welsh, Richard Crabtree and Michael Palin completed our five...

Nov24

The December night Sky

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  This month heralds the beginning of winter; the cold and dark months which might not be to everyone’s taste, but they are what astronomers like best. There is more time...