Durham Astronomical Society (UK)
County Durham's Amateur Astronomers
The society is a group of enthusiastic amateur astronomers who are keen observers. We have meetings once a month with a talk on one particular aspect of astronomy and regularly get together to observe the night sky. We have close links with other astronomical societies in the North East of England, in particular the Cleveland & Darlington Astronomical Society. We also actively support the Wynyard Planetarium and Observatory at Wynyard Woodland Park, helping to arrange observing events and activities for young and old.
Many of our society members are keen astronomical imagers, specialising in CCD work on planets and deep sky objects such as galaxies, star clusters and planetary nebulae.
New members are always welcome, whether knowledgeable in astronomy or a newbie, it's a friendly society where you'll always be made welcome.
We meet at 7:30p.m. on the fourth Friday of every month from September to June (excluding December) at:
Durham DH1 3TN
We meet at 7:30 p.m. on the fourth Friday of every month from September to June (excluding December) at:
Durham DH1 3TN
Our meetings are know
being held in person once again
We will be meeting
at 7.30 0n the fourth Friday of the month
if you wish to become a member
come along to our next meeting or
use the GET IN TOUCH form above
to let us know your interest and we will include your email address in our list to inform you of our meetings and any events coming up.