Welcome to West Yorkshire Astronomical Society

a Registered Charity (Charity Number 508313).

  

Tuesday 10th March.  Tonight is an "Open Night"   

We will meet at 7:15pm at the observatory and the talk will begin at 7:30pm prompt, everyone is welcome to attend. If you are having a problem with your own telescope then bring it down and we will see if we can help or advise you. There is a visitors fee of £3 for adults but accompanied family children are free of charge.

 

 BBC Stargazing Live 2015 takes place on

18th, 19th, and 20th March 2015 

WYAS will be open three nights for Stargazing Live on

Monday 16th, Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th March 2015

Please click here for further details.

 

 

WYAS normally meet every Tuesday evening at 7:15pm at the Rosse Observatory and everyone is welcome to attend, so bring your friends and family along with the neighbours. If you are having a problem with your own telescope then bring it down and we will see if we can help or advise you. There is a visitors fee of £3 for adults but accompanied family children are free of charge. Please dress  appropriately for the weather conditions as the telescopes are kept at the outside temperature.

 

 

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Tuesday 10th March.  Tonight is an "Open Night"   We will meet at 7:15pm at the observatory and the talk will begin at 7:30pm prompt, everyone is welcome to attend. If you are having a problem with your own telescope then bring it down and we will see if we can help or advise you. There is a visitors fee of £3 for adults but accompanied family children are free of charge.

WYAS Stargazing 16th,17th and 18th of March

 and BBC Stargazing Live 2015 18th, 19th and 20th March.

WYAS will be open three nights for Stargazing Live on Monday 16th, Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th March 2015   (Click Here for details)

Pontefract & District Amateur Radio Society will also be supporting Stargazing 2015  Click here for the PDARS web site.

 Tuesday 24th March.  Tonight is an "Open Night"    We will have a presentation covering the Rosetta Mission. Entitled "Rosette, Landing on a Comet"    We will meet at 7:15pm at the Rosse Observatory.  Everyone is welcome to attend. If you are having a problem with your own telescope then bring it down and we will see if we can help or advise you. There is a visitors fee of £3 for adults but accompanied family children are free of charge.