ASTRONOMY FOR BEGINNERS - WITH THE
NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY - BEGINNERS SECTION

Website updated 29th July 2022

About the Beginners Section
New Venues
- Directions

Beginners Programme 2022 - 2023
Main Meet Programme 2022 - 2023

Next Meetings
2nd & 21st September
Zoom Meeting Help

What's Up Latest June 2022

Beginners Monthly Magazines Latest magazine June 2022

Beginners Presentations Latest: Special Star in Hercules 29th July

Telescope Workshop Evening None planned at this time

Thatcham Stargazing Evening 25th October (Postponed)

A to Z of Astronomy

Absolute Beginners

About Telescopes

Hints on Observing

NAS Main Site

 

URGENT NOTICE

ALL FUTURE BEGINNERS AND MAIN MEETINGS WILL BE FACE TO FACE WHERE POSSIBLE AND RELAYED ON ZOOM - CLICK ON THE 'NEXT MEETINGS' LINK FOR LATEST INFORMATION.

Next Beginners meeting 21st September 2022

(After the summer break)

Click on the Zoom Meeting Help Link (on left)

The Beginners Section of the Newbury Astronomical Society provides an entry level introduction to astronomy.  Monthly observing meetings are held at Stockcross Village Hall, Berkshire, England from September through to June the following year.  At these meetings members of the Newbury Astronomical Society are available to provide advice and give simple talks on a wide range of astronomically related topics.

There are no age limits but children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Everyone of any age is invited to come along to join in the meetings and use the society telescopes. Further details of the Beginners meetings can be found by clicking HERE.

You are welcome to e-mail me steveh23448@gmail.com if you need more information or have any comments about this Web-site.
Newbury Astronomical Society is a registered charity and a non-profit making organisation

A Member of the Federation of Astronomical Societies.