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The scope of astronomy is as wide as the Universe itself - and just how wide that is, nobody knows
Roy Worvill BSc, FRAS

Astronomer & Author of Chipping Norton 1914-2003

All welcome!
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Jul
4th

CNAAG pitch at this local event
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Jul
5th

Red Lion – Long Compton
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Observing events as weather conditions allow, other observing gatherings are often called at short notice by email, but for members only.
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  • 21st Jun 2015

    CNAAG outdoor pitch at this great Midland event . See the Vulcan bomber thunder up and down the runway – join the fight to keep the airfield safe from developers – an event not to be missed.

  • 15th Jun 2015

    A talk by guest speaker Charles Barclay – Director of The Blackett Observatory and Associate Fellow of Green Templeton College Oxford University, title ‘The Barclay Equatorial – the oldest GOTO telescope in the world’ 7:30 for 8PM at the Methodist … Continue reading

  • 13rd Jun 2015

    CNAAG participation in a summer event at the Rollright Stones Storytelling , dancing and music all leading up to a live play in the Rollright Stone circle 2.00 – 11PM

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