The Eddington Astronomical Society meets in Kendal, Cumbria in the
Due to the coronovirus pandemic, our public meetings are replaced by internet meetings for member’s until further notice.
Our next event will be on Thursday 4th February
Member's Internet Meeting
Guest speaker: Dr Mark Norris on:
Searching for the Ghosts of Galaxies
Our future meetings from this month
See our Monthly Newsletter for January 2021
See our Sky Notes for Kendal during January 2021
Recent Member’s Images
The famous Horsehead Nebula, Barnard 33, in Orion imaged in narrowband Hα at near full moon. Nice to see the streaming caused by radiation pressure from the exciting star out of shot above. Credit: Ian Bradley
Dec 12th, 16:23. Helsington. Credit: Ted Woodburn
Aurora from Long Meg stone circle and a bonus meteor. 00:30 September 26th. Credit: Carol Grayson.
Canon 1100 with kit zoom lens at 55mm. Composite of Mars taken without moon in shot at 2.5 secs, iso 800, f5 and wide shot at iso 400, 1/1250, f5. Credit James Robertson
Comet C2020 F3 Neowise
July 19 2020 @ 23:40 to 23:48 UT
Stack of 8 x 1min tracked
Canon EOS 750D
Tamron 70-300mm @70mm
iso 800 f4
Kentrigg, Kendal, Cumbria UK
More member’s images in our Member’s Images gallery such as:
Future EAS public Moon Watches are supsended during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Meetings bring together astronomers and others who are interested in science and the cosmos, and provides a forum for
discussion of matters relating to astronomy. The Society is named in honour of Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington , the famous astrophysicist, who was born in Kendal.
Whether you’re interested in cosmological theories, or just want to know how to find your way around the night sky,
is for you. Visitors and new members are welcome regardless of age, experience, or any equipment they might (or might
not) own. We host well-known and popular guest speakers. Our own members also give talks and presentations about
subjects related to astronomy.