Good news — we are to resume meetings at the community centre in September . Meanwhile zoom meetings.
Wednesdays -an informal get together hosted by BAS Treasurer Bob Pulverness,…
Mondays scheduled fortnightly see meetings for dates..
Robert Pulverness is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Why not take a look at Professor Disney’s blog for some interesting items, Mike Disney, professor of Astronomy at University, Cardiff, has worked in the field of star formation, pulsars, quasars, and radio galaxies, and missing mass. He is also concerned with the use of computers in astronomy. Find it here.
Welcome to the website of Barry Astronomical Society We are a growing society with a wide cross section of members from novice to more experienced observers on hand for help and advice if needed.
Meetings are friendly, informal and relaxed. We aim to bring a grassroots understanding of astronomy and the beautiful night sky to anyone interested. Members can hear talks given by guest speakers and our own members on all aspects of astronomy usually with a slide show.
We hold observing sessions at local dark sites [weather dependant ]where you can look through members telescopes or have help using your own equipment if needed. Sessions start with a naked eye tour of the sky. If you share an interest in learning more about the night sky [and the daytime sun] why not pay us a visit…..You can also find us on Facebook -Barry astronomical society.
Dave Powell MBE [Chairman]
Membership is -Adult £20 pa. Junior /Family memberships available. Visitors are welcome to attend meetings as a guest for up to two visits before deciding whether to join. A parent/legal guardian at all meetings/events must accompany under 16’s. Our meeting room is on the ground floor and wheelchair friendly.
Web master R Adams