Sunday 28 July 2013
An exclusive guided radio astronomy walk for Powerhouse Museum and Sydney City Skywatchers members – from Rodney Reserve, Dover Heights to Watsons Bay Park, guided by Professor Ron Ekers from CSIRO.
- Sydney Observatory
- Observations Blog
- Observations Archive
- Astronomy Resources
- MAAS Blogs
Regular correspondent Harry Roberts reports on his views of Mars near opposition
Solar & lunar observer & correspondent Harry Roberts reports on some rarely seen lunar features
Muriel Heagney, champion of women’s rights and equal pay, began her career at Melbourne Observatory
Three case studies of women in amateur astronomy for International Womens’ Day 2018.
Ancient calendars, building alignments & more. Learn it all from our Egyptian Astronomy expert
UPDATE: Talk CANCELLED due to illness. Member reports, sky events in 2017 & viewing if possible…
A spectacular prominence on the Sun’s limb – like a ‘classical’ Chinese Dragon
A complex region of nebulosity and hot young stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud
How did massive red and dead galaxies form? How they died, and what they do in their afterlife.
“NGC 55 – a long spindle – edge on” “This is a beautiful object”
Regular correspondent Harry Roberts reports on his observations of the Saturn nebula in Aquarius
Regular correspondent Harry Roberts reports on his observations of the lunar crater Vitello.
Are the laws of physics finely tuned to allow some complex life to exist? Why are we here?
Regular solar observer & correspondent Harry Roberts reports on the strange Lunar crater Schiller.