What's On

Whether you prefer a night of casual stargazing or an entertaining talk from founder Ross Hockham, we've got an event to suit you.

Looking for something to do on a monday night? If you want to support UK Astronomy and have some fun at the same time why not take part in our weekly quiz. Arranged by Virtual Quiz Events the quiz covers everything from general knowldge to film and TV. You can support UK Astronomy and be in with a chance to win a cash prize. To sign up please click here.

September Events

Festival of Fuel, Finedon - September 12th & 13th we will be at Finedons Festival of Fuel with our Space Crafter. You can look over the van, see the gear, chat to us about space and hopefully see sun spots and flares.

To book your tickets and to find out more please visit www.festivaloffuel.com

Stargazing, Shirley Solihull - September 27th, 28th or 29th. Depending on the weather, one of these nights we will be joining Knowle Astronomical Society for stargazing in Solihull. We will be there from 7:30pm - 10:30pm. This is a free event but donations to our outreach program would be welcome.

For more information please visit www.knowleastro.org.uk

October Events

Wex Photography, Milton Keynes - October 22nd. Further details to follow.

Stargazing, Stowe - October 30th. Further details to follow.

November Events

Explore the Universe, Twice brewed observatory - November 20th and 21st. Join UK Astronomy and Twice Brewed Observatory where we will be teaching you about the skies. More details on how to book to follow shortly.

December Events

Star of Bethlehem, Aylesbury - 13th December. Interactive talk and stargazing if clear. Further details to follow.

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If you would like to book a private event then please email [email protected]

Can’t find a UK Astronomy event near to you? Then take a look at our friends from GoStargazing - their map shows future public stargazing events that include some element of practical astronomy, for example looking through telescopes or a guided tour of the sky.

Source: gostargazing.co.uk