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Are you interested in astronomy, do you want to learn or deepen your knowledge and practice?
So, become a member of the Ajaccien Club of Astronomy Amateurs!
You will be able to meet other amateur astronomers and participate in evenings reserved for members . They are an opportunity to:
follow current astronomical phenomena,
Every day, events remind us of the eternal topicality of the values in which we believe. Secular association, popular education, the French Association of Astronomy (AFA) works for the emancipation of men by training in critical thinking and the dissemination of knowledge.
Access for all to scientific culture, information, knowledge and...
Located in Normandy in the Cotentin, the Astronomical Group of Querqueville (GAQ) brings together all those who, curious, initiated or not, wish to practice and disseminate astronomy, sky observation and related techniques.
It is a friendly association where everyone, passionate or simply curious about the sky, can fulfill their expectations...
The Astronomical Society of East Texas (ASET) is an astronomy club dedicated to the pursuit and promotion of amateur astronomy in the East Texas region. Most members live in or about Tyler, Texas, but some of us live as far away as Palestine (Texas) and Longview.
BENEFITS of CLUB MEMBERSHIP Opportunity to meet other Astronomy enthusiasts and learn from skilled observers Observing Nights at the Club’s Dark sky site during regular scheduled events Monthly presentations at meetings Monthly issues of the Astronomy Club of Tulsa's newsletter, "Observer" Discounts on magazine subscriptions to "Sky and...
The Austin Astronomical Society is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that exists for the benefit of people interested in astronomy and space science. We provide opportunities for continuing education of society members and the general public. We conduct astronomy-oriented social events, educational events, and programs.
Bartlesville Astronomical Society is an amateur astronomy club, founded in 1958, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Bartlesville Astronomical Society (BAS), a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, is dedicated to promoting astronomy education and awareness of astronomical and space-related events among its members and the public. BAS is led and...
Members of the Brazos Valley Astronomy Club are an enthusiastic group of amateur stargazers who live in and around Bryan and College Station in the Brazos Valley of Texas. The talents of the members range from purely observational astronomy to planetary and deep sky observation and photography.
Why do we gaze at the heavens? For some of us, it...
Every third Saturday of the month we offer an Open House at the Meyer Observatory near Clifton, Texas. Registration is encouraged, and we have an indoor program in case of cloudy weather.
We also host other public stargazing events (star parties) at various locations in Central Texas. Please check the Calendar of Events for Dates & Times...
The Fort Bend Astronomy Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the acquisition and dissemination of information pertaining to the science of Astronomy. Located in Stafford, Texas, FBAC's goal is to serve not only our members, but the general public as well. FBAC members hail from all corners of Harris, Fort Bend, Waller, and Brazoria...
Established in 1949, the Fort Worth Astronomical Society (FWAS) is one of the first adult amateur astronomy clubs formed in the country, and we are one of the largest, with an active membership of over 200.
Our members have a wide range of experience from beginners to professional astronomers. Historically, FWAS has taken a positive and active...
Hill Country Astronomers (HCA) is an organization open to anyone interested in astronomy. A group of amateur astronomers founded HCA in August 2011. HCA is an organization open to anyone interested in astronomy. It has members from all walks of life, most of whom live full or part time around Central Texas. Some members are experienced and...
Fostering the science and art of astronomy through programs that serve our membership and the community. Founded in 1955, Houston Astronomical Society is an active community of enthusiastic amateur and professional astronomers with over 60 years of history in the Houston area. Through education and outreach, our programs promote science...
The objectives of the Society are to promote interest in, and the study and knowledge of, astronomy and allied sciences by lay and professional persons.
Our meetings are open to the public, but we encourage you to become a member and participate.
Annual membership fees are $20/student, $25/individual and $30/family.
For further information or...
The Lorraine Astronomical Society ( SLA) is a non-profit association governed by the law of 1901 .
It is a high meeting place for astronomy amateurs and professionals or simple visitors, curious or lovers of the sky, in Nancy and the surrounding area.
The association offers activities around astronomy and science for the general public...
We are an informal group of amateur astronomy enthusiasts.
We meet regularly on the Second Saturday every month except July and August. Our meetings usually consist of a presentation of what is of interest in the night sky and discussion of the current understanding of the make up of our universe.
Who are we?
A registered non-profit society run by volunteer members who share an interest in astronomy. 50-70 members, with all levels of Astronomy knowledge.
What do we do?
To quote our Constitution….
The purposes of the society are:
To provide for meetings and activities and programs in astronomy and space research.
Welcome to Astro What?, a forum for those interested in astronomy and astrophotography. Our community is welcoming of all abilities, from beginners to the very experienced. We hope you find your visit here enjoyable.
We offer several features here that are available to all guests, but we do encourage you to join and particpate to pass knowledge on to others, which is our primary goal.