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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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May01

THE MAY NIGHT SKY

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The transit of Mercury The only winter constellations still left on view are Auriga and Gemini you can locate then...

Apr23

The formation of Planetary Nebula

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‘The formation of Planetary Nebula’ is part of the research undertaken by the guest speaker at Keighley Astronomical societies April monthly meeting. Prof Albert Zijlstra...

Apr02

The April night Sky

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This month the dominant constellations are, The Great Bear, which is also known as the Plough or the Big Dipper, is directly overhead, and Leo (the Lion) is high in the...

Mar26

Viking Astronomy

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Another packed meeting of Keighley astronomical society took place on Thursday 24th March 2016. The guest speaker was Mr Martin Lunn FRAS from Earby Astronomical Society. Viking...

Mar08

The March night sky

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This is a month of transition for the night sky, with the winter constellations appearing to the west while the spring constellations are becoming more noticeable in the...