Links to Other Websites
Please note that whilst Hampshire Astronomical Group do make every attempt to ensure that they link to reputable sites offering good information, Hampshire Astronomical Group is not responsible for the content or reliability of any websites linked to from its site, and cannot accept liability for any damage or loss arising from reliance on such websites. Links to third party information should not be taken as endorsement of any kind.
We cannot guarantee that these links will work all of the time and we have no control over the availability of the linked pages.
The Federation of Astronomical Societies aims to be a body of societies united in their attempts to help each other find the best ways of working for their common cause of creating a fully successful astronomical society.
A website run by Greg Piepol who has provided us with great pictures of the Sun, and assisted us with advice when purchasing Solar Equipment.
We share an excellent relationship with Portsmouth University, who use our facilities and knowledge as part of some of their Astronomy related courses.
Lectures for the general public interested in science. The speakers are authorities in their subjects with national/international reputations but are good communicators. The lectures are on varied topics and usually include one on astronomy or cosmology.
The CfDS aims to preserve and restore the beauty of the night sky by campaigning against excessive, inefficient and irresponsible lighting that shines where it is not wanted nor needed.
The South Downs Planetarium is a registered educational charity, which is run by a small team of experienced and dedicated volunteers.
A website by Charles A. Wood with some fantastic lunar photography.
The Southern Area Group of Astronomical Societies provides a forum where representatives of Astronomical Societies from the South of England can meet to share best practice and discuss items of mutual interest or concern.
The South of England's hands-on interactive science and technology centre. Plus the UK's largest capacity digital Planetarium!
"Eyes on the Solar System" is a 3-D environment full of real NASA mission data. Explore the cosmos from your computer.
The UK Dark Sky Discovery partnership is a network of national and local astronomy and environmental organisations.
National Astronomy Week ("NAW") is planning to celebrate Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System. Jupiter will reach its highest point in the sky for many years in early March.
A website that celebrated the International Year of Astronomy in 2009 - it still contains a lot of current and useful information..
A major event which was held at Syon Park on Sunday 26th July 2009: A commemoration of Thomas Harriot (1560 - 1621)
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Steve Knight & Phil Reed - www.krccdimaging.co.uk
Roger Dymock - www.britastro.org/projectalcock
Steve Broadbent - sebastro.homeip.net