An international society of amateur and professional
astronomers specialising in the observation of double
stars and 'deep sky' objects founded in 1967.
Membership is open to anyone who shares the interests
of the Society.
Pandemic restrictions mean we're not in a position to hold our Annual Meeting 2021 in June as usual. Instead we're planning for Saturday the 23rd of October 2021, but it's too early to be sure we'll be able to go ahead, so please watch this space...
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