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Next Formal Meeting:
Next Observing Session:
In summer recess. With the late sunset in summer, and many members on holiday,
no more observing evenings will be held for the moment.
They will probably re-start in late August or early September -
they will be announced on this website.
More observing sessions will be announced later. These are held at the New Inn at Eccup. They are open to members and non-members without charge; please see important safety details and advice.
The Astromeet this year will be held on Saturday 8th November.
Welcome to the Leeds Astronomical Society Website
We meet at the Quakers Meeting Room, Carlton Hill, 188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds LS2 9DX. Please look at the meetings page for more information, including how to get to the venue.
Fabulous picture of M31 (The Andromeda Galaxy) by Tony Cook, LAS member
The Leeds Astronomical Society was established in 1859 and is still very active.
Our Society is open to all comers: we have no distinctions according to age or experience!
You are welcome to try us out before you decide to join - no obligation!
You will find all you need to know about our meetings, activities and observing sessions on this website.
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Webmaster Chris Trayner Last updated November 1st 2013