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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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Aug27

The September Night Sky

Posted on Aug 27 by

Neptune is at opposition on 2nd September and is at its closest to Earth. This month the nights become longer and we move towards unsettled weather. The autumn constellations are...

Jul31

The August Night Sky

Posted on Jul 31 by

The Plough lies north west with the ‘W’ of Cassiopeia at the same height in the north east. The four stars that make the square of Pegasus are becoming more noticeable in the...

Jul31

Wild Wednesday- Rocket making and launching

Posted on Jul 31 by

Wednesday 27th July 2016 Keighley astronomical society held another successful rocket building and launching afternoon for young children at Bracken Hall, Baildon. This was the...

Jul02

The July night sky

Posted on Jul 2 by

The first stars of Pegasus are beginning to appear in the east after midnight.The southern part of the sky will be composed of large faint groups. Antares in Scorpius will be...

Jul02

Milestones in Astronomy

Posted on Jul 2 by

Milestones in Astronomy. Was the title of Mr Rod Hinds presentation at the June meeting of Keighley astronomical society. At another packed meeting Mr Hind from Bradford...