The Observer Group meets every Friday at 19:30 (winter months) and 20:30 (summer months).
We do not meet in August but the NLO is still open for members to attend if they wish on a Friday evening.
Our sessions are structured to give members an opportunity to learn more about how to navigate the sky, about stars and planets and everything to do with being an Observer.
Weekly activities are weather dependent. They include naked eye observing together with using binoculars and a wide range of on-site telescopes.
Take a look at our latest observations records:
- Astro Report 20Apr18,
- Astro Report 9 Feb 2018,
- Messier Challenge 2017,
- NLO Observers Log Nov 17,
- Astro Report KP 27Oct17 and
- Messier Challenge 2017
Also, you can still find details of our Observer’s Challenges from the menu above.
In winter, if skies are clear we will normally be outside observing at 19.30 – 20.25. If cloudy then talks will take place.
The Observers’ Group Winter Programme starts on 7th September at the meeting time of 19:30.
|September 7th||September Skies + Why can’t planets go around in circles?|
|September 21st||How moons and solar system bodies are named|
|September 28th||MAIN HALL: Guest Speaker, Peter Campbell-Burns from UKMON|