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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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Aug11

The September Night Sky

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  Its’ amazing to think that brilliant Jupiter, which has been a feature of our evening skies all year, will be gone by the end of this month. On the15th of the month the...

Jul17

The August night sky

Posted on Jul 17 by

  August can be a spectacular month so far as the night sky is concerned. It marks one of the main meteor showers of the year, the Perseids. If you are fortunate to be...

Jul17

Addingham Gala 2017

Posted on Jul 17 by

  PLANETS, stars and aliens all featured in Addingham Gala’s parade on Saturday as children embraced this year’s theme of 2017 A Space Odyssey. Keighley...

Jul17

Solar observing at Addingham Gala

Posted on Jul 17 by

As part of our participation at Addingham gala. We took our two solar scopes to give the public the opportunity to see the Sun safely. At the previous society meeting the guest...

Jun27

The July night Sky

Posted on Jun 27 by

  As we move into high summer, the sun turns southwards, our nights begin to lengthen and the moonless spell later in the month brings many of us our first dark skies of the...

Jun27

Bipolar magnetic regions on the Sun

Posted on Jun 27 by

  The centre of our solar system was the object in focus at the June meeting of Keighley Astronomical Society. The guest speaker was Mr Kevin Kilburn from Manchester...