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Is it Cold, is it dark, is it matter

Posted by on Jan 29, 2016 in Main | 0 comments

Dr Julian Onions From The Centre for Astronomy and Particle Physics, School of Physics and Astronomy, Nottingham University, spoke to a packed first 2016 society meeting of Keighley Astronomical Society. The January meeting of Keighley Astronomical Society was held at its new venue at Steeton Methodist Church. Dr Onions spoke about Dark matter. The...

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Starry, Starry Night

Posted by on Jan 27, 2016 in Main | 0 comments

17th February 2016. Ogden water Country Park, Ogden Lane, Keighley Road, Halifax HX2 8YA (Located four mles north of Halifax, on the A629 towards Keighley. Turn along Ogden Lane, which will take you to the Car parks etc) Stargazing with Calderdale Countryside Service. Look through the telescopes at the heavens above. The evening starts at 6pm and weather...

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Bracken Hall Space cadets

Posted by on Jan 24, 2016 in Main | 0 comments

Saturday 23rd January 2016, with ‘Bradford astronomical society’, and the ‘Friends of Bracken Hall’ we took part in a fun afternoon of rocket making and space exploration. The location was the ‘Old Glen House’ Prod Lane Baildon. Local Space cadets made planispheres, learned about the Solar system and the universe beyond. They also took part in...

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‘How big is big’ at St Thomas C of E primary School, Barrowford.

Posted by on Jan 19, 2016 in Main | 0 comments

Mr Oliver Haines, welcomes Keighley Astronomical Society to St Thomas primary school, Barrowford. ‘How big is big’ was the subject on Thursday 14th January 2016, at St Thomas Church of England Primary school, Barrowford. Teacher Oliver Haines who has a strong interest in science based subjects invited Keighley Astronomical Society to explain the...

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