We hold meetings with a guest speaker on the first Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm (but not in January, July or August), 
and we have practical observing evenings when weather permits. All welcome - non-members £3.00.
Meetings in 2019  are held at 7.30pm at the Lecture Room, Town Hall, Lewes (entrance in Fisher Street)

February 6th 2019          Claran Fairhurst (Sussex University)
                                          "What keeps astronomers up at night?"            

March 6th 2019              Matthew Hepburn (BSc)
                                          "Do gravitational waves exist?" 

April 3rd 2019                Bob Turner (Worthing Astronomers)   
                                           "The NASA moon landings"

May 1st 2019                 Richard Butchers (Lewes Astronomers}
                                           "Seing stars and planets and moons"

June 5th 2019               Short AGM followed by short talks and discussions. 

September 4th 2019     William Joyce (FRAS)  
                                          "The search for life elsewhere in the Solar System"

October 2nd 2019         James Fradgely (BA, FRS]
                                           "Rodinia and the Boring Billion"

November 6th 2019       Marguerite Laporte (Lewes Astronomers)
                                           "The great gravitational gravy train"

December 4th 2019.      Open evening with short talks and discussions.

For further information, contact the secretary: alice.smol6@gmail.com