Plymouth Astronomical Society meetings
  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

  • Room 002, Ground Floor, Rolle Building

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The Plymouth Astronomical Society (PAS) meets on the second Friday of each month at the University of Plymouth from September to July. Society meetings are free to members and visitors are very welcome to attend at a cost of £2 on the door. 

All meetings are held in the Rolle Building and there is disabled access to the venue. If the ground floor door is locked, please ring 01752 588400.

For further information, please email David Wilton, PAS Chairman (david.t.wilton@btinernet.com) or Ken Facey, PAS Membership Secretary (ken.facey@gmail.com).

Friday 13 September: The Night Sky in September 

Friday 11 October: The Night Sky in October

  • Equipment and Astrophotography Evening. 

PAS members will offer advice on buying and using viewing and astrophotography equipment and associated computer software.

Friday 8 November: The Night Sky in November

  • Dark Skies, by Dr Wayne Thomas, astronomer and astrophotographer with the Caradon Observatory

Friday 13 December: The Night Sky in December

  • The Transit of Venus: Captain Cook’s Own Words From 1769, by Ken Facey.

Friday 10 January: The Night Sky in January

  • Dunes on Pluto, by Dr Matt Telfer, Associate Professor of Physical Geography at the University of Plymouth.
  • Christmas Quiz, Raffle

Friday 14 February: The Night Sky in February

  • Talk to be announced.

Friday 13 March: The Night Sky in March

Friday 3 April: The Night Sky in April

  • Talk to be announced.

Friday 8 May: The Night Sky in May

Friday 12 June: The Night Sky in June

Friday 12 July: The Night Sky in July

  • Talk to be announced.
  • PAS AGM



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