Do you love the night sky? Would you like to know more about what you see? At Brighton Astro we are captivated by stars, bewitched by the moon and fascinated by space.
Brighton Astro is a group of cosmic enthusiasts who meet regularly to discuss the universe, exchange knowledge and to gaze at the stars. We are not scientists or scholars, we are ordinary people curious about the wonders of space.
Brighton Astro is FREE and open to everybody, from beginners to experts. Why not come along next month and learn about space?
Our next talk is on Tuesday 31st October 2017
Tuesday 31st October 2017
Arrive from 7pm for a 7:30pm start
68 Middle Street, Brighton, BN1 1AL
Moons of the solar system
"Moons...they're just boring lumps of rock aren't they?"
Our Solar system moons vary hugely and in total there are...well come to our October meet and find out!
If you would like to come along, please register on the meetup page.
Once a month we meet to hear talks from amateur and professional astronomers, and members of our group.
Our talks are aimed at beginners with an interest in learning more about astronomy, while assuming little prior knowledge.
We usually have beer, soft drinks and snacks (but please feel free to bring your own too).
After the talk, we often pop down to the seafront with a telescope if it’s clear, or perhaps head to the pub over the road for a drink.
(Please note that these dates are provisional and may change)
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We also have an email group where we share space news and links. Let us know if you would like to be added to the list.