OASI is a society for people interested in astronomy. We are based at Orwell Park Observatory and Newbourne Village Hall (both near Ipswich, Suffolk). Members enjoy a wide range of interests in astronomy and include armchair astronomers, casual observers, and dedicated amateurs with specialist skills in visual and photographic observing, constructing telescopes, public education in astronomy and the history of astronomy.
The panels below provide information on our activities, and how to join.
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OASI@Orwell Park Observatory
Observing at Orwell Park Observatory, using the historic 258 mm Tomline Refractor and smaller instruments. Every Wednesday, 8.15pm onwards. (Weather permitting.)
Wednesday evenings are open to members, NOT to the public.
Newbourne Village Hall is OASI's dark-sky observing site and venue for workshops, informal lectures and presentations.
If you're interested in joining OASI, please come to a meeting at Newbourne. Next meeting: Monday 27 January 2020, 19:00.
More on joining OASI.
More on OASI@Newbourne.
Recent activities and observations. More.
|| Meteor trail passes in front of star Alphard then displays terminal flares, 18 January 2020, James Appleton.
|| Lunar penumbral eclipse, 10 January 2020, Roger Driver. More
|| Starlink satellites, 04 January 2020, Nigel Evans. More
|| M1, the Crab Nebula, 04 January 2020, John Hughes. More
|| Nebula IC1805, 02 December 2019, Andy Gibbs. More
|| OASI stand at the Norwich Science Festival, 26 October 2019. More.