Archive For The “Night Sky” Category

March Night Sky

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March Night Sky

If it has been a quiet observing Winter for you, then March is the month to get out there and enjoy the night sky as we move into Spring. Try our new guide for the month. March is a month that holds the Vernal Equinox where the Sun passes from the Southern to the Northern…

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Go Stargazing Live 2018

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Go Stargazing Live 2018

Bath Astronomers are supporting a big effort by astro communities around the UK to celebrate the skies above our heads Go Stargazing Live 2018. We are running up to two evenings from atop Roundhill to the Southwest of the centre of Bath, near Roundhill Primary School, Mount Road, BA2 1LG. Subject to good weather, we’ll…

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February Night Sky

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February Night Sky

So with January saying goodbye with a Super Blue Moon hoorah, you have to ask what can short February hope to offer? Well there’s no Full Moon in the month with New Moon on 15th Feb making the latter half of the month a good time to practice finding Messier and other deep sky objects…

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January Night Sky

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January Night Sky

The New Year is upon us and living rooms are cluttered with new bits of astro kit that are just screaming to be taken out into the cold, dark night. If you’re an armchair astronomer, perhaps you plan to visit the European AstroFest 2018 on either 9th or 10th February at the Kensington Conference and…

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December Night Sky

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December Night Sky

December is such a busy month that we can hardly fit it all in; shopping, entertaining, present wrapping, parties and normal life/paying the bills. Why not make sure you spare a bit of time to relax and look up? The skies are dark and, with a few cold snaps, will give us clear crisp views…

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