Solar Astronomy

Solar Astronomy The U.K.'s blessed with a huge number astronomical societies. Some of the most famous include the British astronomical Association and the The Royal Astronomical Society Astronomy is a natural science and involves studying stars and planets, it's all further galaxies.

Anyone involved in astronomical Society will tell you that astronomy is one of the oldest sciences. It is also one of the few sciences where amateur astronomers can contribute to many important astronomical discoveries.

Official Astronomical societies first appeared in Victorian times, with the Royal astronomical Society being formed in 1820. Formed by 14 gentlemen sitting round a table having dinner, the society blossomed attracting both professional and amateur solar panel astronomers.


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Astronomy group gets new home
It will be holding its first meeting at the new venue on Friday, February 17, at 7.30pm, which will include a talk from Callington Community Astronomy Group.

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We are an amateur astronomy society for new and experienced amateur astronomers in the United Kingdom.

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geophysicists - these are required to have robust science background along with passion for solar innovations.