Aylesbury Astronomical Society
Celebrating over fifty years of Astronomy in the Aylesbury area
The Voyager Missions Four Decades and Counting
Aylesbury Astronomical Society a member of the Federation of Astronomical Societies . Registered Charity Number 276313 ©AAS
The Aylesbury Astronomical Society
We meet once a month usually with a presentation by a guest speaker or a society member. Subjects range from the latest technical developments in astronomy research to practical demonstration on how to set up your telescope. We try to accommodate interests of both beginners and those of more competent members.
Notable speakers include the science historian Dr Allan Chapman of Oxford University, as well as leading scientists and experts at the cutting edge of astronomical research.
Recent members presentations have been held via Zoom and have included: Binocular astronomy, The Space Weather. We also in the past got involved in an annual quiz night and occasional BBQ evenings.
Meeting are on the first Monday of each month and start about 7.45pm (doors open at 7.30pm), with a coffee break between talks so that members and guests can chat, ending at about 9.15pm. Exceptions are the Bank Holidays when the meeting takes place on the Monday following. We meet at the
The 9th Aylesbury Scout Hut on Oakfield Road in Aylesbury, HP20 1LJ Non-members are welcome, so come along to see what we are about for a ‘Taster’ meeting. The Society is also available to provide open evenings at our Observatory for up to 12 people and we can provide talks on most aspects of astronomy. In the past we have welcomed visits by school groups, college classes, Scout groups. and other organisations.
AAS - the friendly astronomical society for all ages and experience