Next Meeting 23rd April


Based on data from the Hubble Space Telescope, the Milky Way Galaxy (pictured right) and Andromeda Galaxy (left) are predicted to distort each other with tidal pull in 3.75 billion years, as shown in this illustration.   The Milky Way-Andromeda collision is a galactic collision predicted to occur in about […] Read more»

Public Meeting Tuesday 9th April 2019

This view shows several of the ALMA antennas and the central regions of the Milky Way above. In this wide field view, the zodiacal light is seen upper right and at lower left Mars is seen. Saturn is a bit higher in the sky towards the centre of the image. The image was taken during the ESO Ultra HD (UHD) Expedition.

The band of the Milky Way galaxy can be seen at night in areas with dark skies. Here it is seen with several Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Arra (ALMA) antenna. (Credit: ESO/B. Tafreshi   Our next meeting is this Tuesday 9th April   The Program On-screen presentations – The formation of Our Galaxy […] Read more»

Public Meeting Tuesday 26th March 2019


The featured image is an amateur image of the Orion Nebula taken with a Sony Alpha A6300 camera.  (Source: Wikipedia)   Our next meeting is this Tuesday 26th March  The Program – Daniel Evans will present an address about SpaceX. SpaceX is a private company that designs and launches spacecraft. […] Read more»


Affliated With:


With funding support from:


Slooh Space Camera


NASA astronomy picture of the day