ASAW is the local astronomical society for the Albury-Wodonga region. We have a great group of members, ranging in experience from novice to world-class amateur astronomers. The society has a good range of equipment for members to borrow and there’s plenty of help on offer for purchasing and using equipment.
On Friday May 13 at 6:30pm come along to Wonga Wetlands, Albury for a unique evening discovering the astronomical traditions of the Wiradjuri people of central NSW. Presented by special guest Trevor Leaman, member of the Australian Indigenous Astronomy Group.
On Wednesday the 3rd of February at 7pm the Astronomical Society of Albury Wodonga is hosting a presentation and equipment demonstration by local astrophotographer Carl Rainer (http://www.skiesbynight.com
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On the 21st of August, 2015, the Astronomical Society of Albury Wodonga held a viewing night at Trinity Thurgoona to help contribute to a World Record Attempt for the most number of people looking through a telescope at the same time accross multiple sites. Unfortunately for the 78 stargazers that showed up to the ASAW gathering the weather was not kind, with the event being rained out. A huge thank you to all those who attended and helped out for the attempt.
Image Credit: Carl Rainer
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National Science Week special presentation
Astrophysicist and cosmologist Dr Brad Tucker from Mt Stromlo Observatory will present a fascinating insight into Exploding Stars, Dark Energy and the End of the Universe.
La Trobe University (Wodonga) on Wednesday, 19th August 2015 at 7pm.
Open to the general public.