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Meetings of the Astronomical Society of NSW

The Astronomical Society of New South Wales usually holds two meetings every month, at the Epping Creative Centre, on Friday evenings nearest Full Moon. Guest speakers at meetings are often professional astronomers or other qualified specialists, discussing leading edge developments in astronomy. Sometimes speakers are members making presentations of their own observations, telescope making, other related activities, discussing Society business etc. In memory of our founder, the talk at one of the meetings in October is presented as the "Gordon Patston Memorial Lecture".

Upcoming Meeting Schedule

Guest Speakers

The ASNSW engages guest speakers from leading Australian and overseas Astronomical institutions to address our meetings. In these talks you will hear about their latest research on wide range of topics of astronomical interest. We also have talks from ASNSW members speaking on their latest projects or topics of interest to amateur observers.

If you have an interest in Astronomy or are thinking of joining the ASNSW, come along to one of our Ordinary Meetings to listen to our guest speakers. Visitors are welcome. Refreshments available after the meeting for a gold coin donation.

List of Past Speakers

Where are ASNSW Meetings held?

ASNSW meetings are held at the Epping Creative Centre at 26 Stanley Road, Epping (map below). The Epping Creative Centre is situated in Dence Park, which is just off Epping Road and about 1km from Epping Station. The Epping Aquatic Centre is also located in Dence Park. Ample parking and good facilities are available for all meetings.

The Epping Creative Centre - 26 Stanley Road, Epping

The Epping Creative Centre

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