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Throughout the year the society holds a number of special public events.

At these events you will get the chance to look around the Observatory facilities and, if the sky is clear, be able to look through some of our telescopes.

One of our experienced lecturers will then take you through an illustrated presentation of one of the many fascinating aspects of the Universe and practical astronomy.

All events are held at the observatory. Doors open at 7:30 with talks starting at 8:00, unless the room fills up earlier, in which case the talk will start sooner and depending on numbers could be repeated. Admission is Adults £3.00 Adult members £2.00 All Children £1.50 there is no need to pre book, just turn up on the night. Teas and coffee are available at the end of the talk and there will be a chance to observe through the telescopes, if the skies are clear. Talks vary in length but generally last approximately 40 minutes and are aimed at those with a general interest in astronomy. Children are welcome (recommend from about 8 years upwards) Further information from the Secretary

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52 North to 44 South 1
12 Apr 19
A look around the skies from our Northern Hemisphere and some of the clearest dark skies  the planet has to offer down at 44 degrees South from New Zealand ... [Read full details]
13th
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52 North to 44 South 2
13 Apr 19
A look around the skies from our Northern Hemisphere and some of the clearest dark skies  the planet has to offer down at 44 degrees South from New Zealand ... [Read full details]
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22nd
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First Light Festival - Lowestoft
22 Jun 19
Delighted that Norwich Astronomical Society will be partners with First Light Festival C.I.C at their inaugural First Light Festival this June 22nd an ... [Read full details]
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6th
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Apollo – Celebrating 50 years since Mankind’s first steps with Chris Grimmer
06 Sep 19
Apollo – Celebrating 50 years since Mankind’s first steps It has been 50 years since Man first stepped foot on the Moon, in one of humankind’s ... [Read full details]
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Public
Apollo – Celebrating 50 years since Mankind’s first steps Saturday
07 Sep 19
Apollo – Celebrating 50 years since Mankind’s first steps It has been 50 years since Man first stepped foot on the Moon, in one of humankind’s ... [Read full details]
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4th
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International Observe the Moon Night Mark Shepherd (Friday)
04 Oct 19
To commemorate INTERNATIONAL OBSERVE THE MOON NIGHT 2019 we will celebrate and explore all things ‘lunar’. Contributions from Jason Durrant (imaging ... [Read full details]
5th
Public
International Observe the Moon Night Mark Shepherd (Saturday)
05 Oct 19
To commemorate INTERNATIONAL OBSERVE THE MOON NIGHT 2019 we will celebrate and explore all things ‘lunar’. Contributions from Jason Durrant (imaging ... [Read full details]
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Andrew Sutkowski Sounding Out Radio Astronomy Day 1
01 Nov 19
Sounding Out Radio Astronomy. The Basics will provide the audience with a simple introduction to what radio astronomy is, how and where the radio signals arise ... [Read full details]
2nd
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Andrew Sutkowski Sounding Out Radio Astronomy
02 Nov 19
Andrew Sutkowsk Sounding Out Radio Astronomy The Basics will provide the audience with a simple introduction to what radio astronomy is, how and where the radio ... [Read full details]
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6th
Public
The Christmas Star with Mark Thompson
06 Dec 19
The Christmas Star with Mark Thompson [Read full details]
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The Christmas Star with Mark Thompson Day 2
07 Dec 19
The Christmas Star with Mark Thompson Day 2 [Read full details]
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