Wycombe Astronomical Society is a friendly and active society bringing the wonders of astronomy to all who live in South Buckinghamshire
We have around 80 members of all ages and levels of astronomical knowledge from beginners through to advanced amateurs, and a lively observing community. We have our own observatory permanently located at Woodrow High House near Amersham in Buckinghamshire and regularly get together to observe during the observing season.
There is a busy calendar with monthly lectures and practical meetings. Guest speakers provide us with informative lectures on the third Wednesday of each month and on the first Thursday of each month we meet to discuss the practical side of astronomy (or, if the weather is clear, we get outside observing). As well as this we have society trips and group get-togethers throughout the year including our annual barbeque in August to coincide with the Perseid meteor shower.
Our website offers a wealth of information about the Society and astronomy. We hope you enjoy this website and what our society has to offer. If you would like to know more please feel free to contact us.
The images displayed on this page have been taken by members of the Society.
• Wednesday September 17th
Jakub Bochinski - Evaporating Exoplanets
• Wednesday October 15th
• Thursday September 4th
Observing the Moon
• Thursday October 2nd
Delta Cephei or Chi Cygnus project
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International Observe The Moon Night
5th & 6th September - see Blog for details
See Latest News page for report
BBQ and the Perseids - see Latest News page for report
For Sale - Canon 500D DSLR
See Sales page in member's area
Advance notice - meeting on the 19th November - Damian Peach will give a talk on 'The Giant Planet Jupiter'