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Our event was held at Newlands Corner on Saturday 21st October. Rachel and volunteers had set up a Moon Museum with video and posters. Some members had set up small scopes & binoculars in the entrance to the […]

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World Space week 4th to 10th October 2023 “The astronomy season kicked off with a Bang with the IoP event organised by the University of Surrey in Guildford High Street. With plenty of stands from pop up planetariums […]

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We were invited to the MSSL open day this year to support them with some solar astronomy outreach. We put up banners and scopes in a covered position right outside the main entrance.  Under the clouds the sun-scopes […]

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Glenn organised a gathering at Norbury Park Viewpoint to capture the Full Moon rising over Box Hill on Sunday 2nd July 2023.The observing point was selected using the Photographer’s Ephemeris website. (Apps also available). Prelim. sketch for Sue’s […]

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MSSL hosted a public Mars event during the afternoon and evening. GAS was invited to show some of our Mars and other images. Julia, Nick, Rachel & Keith braved the weather to setup, in the MSSL library, some […]

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23rd February 2023 A rare observing evening took place at the sports ground, organised by Tim & Peter after a couple of false starts due to cloud. A small group took their equipment and surprisingly, the clouds cleared […]

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On the 17th February 2023, GO2 was cleaned, spiders removed and made ready for imaging again.Nick lead a trusty team of men & woman to the site. In the image below you can see John with scythe and […]

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Ranmore Common 6th August 2022 Event Co-ordinated by Glenn Bates Glenn Bates had come up with a cunning plan – “It’s been a while, how about meeting up to watch an ISS solar transit?”. So a group of […]

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Event Co-ordinated by Tim Ellison. On the morning of 25th October a group of society members and friends gathered at Newlands Corner, just outside Guildford, in the hope of getting a view of the partial eclipse.We were rewarded […]