Aylesbury Astronomical Society

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Aylesbury Astronomical Society a member of the  Federation of Astronomical  Societies. Registered Charity Number 276313  ©AAS

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Observing sessions are every Friday during the darker evenings, usually September to end of May, start times vary according to the time of year and are very much dependent on the weather. Before setting off use the “check here for Observing Opening” button. Sessions last as long as members wish to stay or until the cold gets you. Remember no matter how warm you think you will be it is never enough ! There are facilities to make a hot drink but no toilet. Use a red torch if you need to light your way, please do not use bright torches that only destroy your night vision. If you have not been to the site before, for your own safety and well being ensure you read the “Guidance for Visitors” document. Come and experience the view of the heavens with your own eyes using our excellent range of telescopes and binoculars.