Our 51st year
Diary note: Early hours of 13th or 14th – Geminid meteor shower.
16th December 2-4 pm Art Space in St Nicolas, 33 Sutcliffe Ave, Earley, Reading RG6 7
Exhibition ‘Stars’ with workshops run by Reading Astronomical Society. Not only great photography and telescopes showing what can be seen in the Night-sky even in light polluted Reading, but art workshops and exhibition of paintings.Free suitable for all ages.
Astronomy talk or observing if clear. Children welcome if accompanied by an adult.
Fri 29th Dec 2023 7.30pm (OK, just this month, 5th Friday)
1st Wokingham Scout Hut in Evendons Lane, Wokingham. RG41 4DX.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07510444630 for further information.
Please ignore information at gostargazing(dot)com.
We no longer meet in Swallowfield.
Monthly Main Meeting.
Jan 20 2024 7 pm
St Peter’s Church Hall
ZOOM access to be decided due to the unconventional format of the session.
Members’ Evening quiz and fun. Details may be listed here later.
Chat with us on ZOOM on these Fridays at 7pm.
Dec 1st. 8, 15, 22, (not 29th)
Jan 5, 12, 19, (not 26th)
Astronomy chat by experts and beginners with members of local astronomy societies.
Request login details from Gerry by text on 07510 444 630 or email us at email@example.com
We also keep in touch through a Google Group, email news list, and Zoom.
By invitation – send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Author Archives: jtalbot
Fri 15th and Sat 16th March 2013 The public are invited to participate in our Reading Science Week activities. We will be at the Museum of English Rural Life on the evenings of 15th and 16th March. There will be an … Continue reading
On the evening of 9th February 2012 Venus and Uranus will appear very close together in the sky as seen from Earth. Continue reading
A comet discovered in 2009 by Australian amateur astronomer Gordon Garradd is currently visible from the UK in the morning sky. Continue reading
The Reading Astronomical Society is fortunate to have as our guest this Saturday Dr. Gretchen Benedix of the Natural History Museum. Continue reading
The Reading Astronomical Society holds the first of the season’s main meetings next Saturday, 17th September at the usual venue, and just less than a week later the BASICS section hold the first of the season’s sessions for beginners and practical hobbyists. All sessions are at St. Peter’s Church Hall, Church Road, Earley, Reading, RG6 1EY. Continue reading