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

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Meteorites and the early solar system


Variable Stars – How and why they vary

Observing events as weather conditions allow, other observing gatherings are often called at short notice by email, but for members only. How to join
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A slightly comedic start to the construction of the Giant Magellan Telescope in Chile
  • 18th Aug 2014

    Monday 18th August 2014 – Professor David Rothery – Professor of Planetary Geosciences (Open University) – “Mercury – new views of the Sun’s innermost planet”

  • 11th Aug 2014

    Observing meteors from the Chipping Norton Airfield site. Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th – if clear sky only. If you are not currently a CNAAG member please contact Chairman Robin first ( robin@cnaag.com )

  • 30th Jul 2014

    Wednesday 30th July – Jodrell Bank Five cars carried 15 CNAAGers north on Wednesday 30th to spend the day walking around the fantastic radio telescope at Jodrell Bank . We all know its big , but when you get up … Continue reading

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