Northern Sydney Astronomical Society

Our society is based in the northern suburbs of Sydney (NSW, Australia) and we cater for a number of streams of astronomy-related interests at all levels. Please visit the site regularly to get updated news on our upcoming events and activities.

NSAS Seminar Series

Our guest speaker in the November NSAS Seminar Series was Kovi Rose. Kovi is currently studying Radio emissions using the Australian based ASKAP radio array. Kovi and his team have developed new techniques and capabilities to detect new objects previously unknown or understood. This will enable future surveys to be more effective.
These studies included the detection of the coldest brown dwarf to emit radio waves. Kovi was the lead author and PhD student at Sydney University in this study. 
Kovi's talk was the last in the NSAS Seminar Series for 2023. A new agenda and topics for 2024 will be published in January.  
See Events for more details.



Our General Meetings are held each month (except Dec/Jan) and are conducted at Regis Hall (refer to Meeting Locations) and via Zoom Meeting The meetings are open to everybody, i.e. NSAS members and non-members alike. The meetings are on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm (AEDST) - For more details including meeting dates, refer to our Events page.



NOW ANNOUNCED! BEGINNERS OPEN QUESTION NIGHT ON ZOOM (BOQ) and BEGINNERS' NIGHT IN THE FIELD (BNF). REGISTER IN Events . We have a curriculum to support beginners who wish to get involved with the practical aspects of astronomy i.e. telescopes etc. It consists of an initial Q&A zoom session to cover the basics of astronomy and telescopes and then a field session to put that into practice. The field session is limited to 10 telescopes so that each person gets the support they need from a NSAS instructor. For more information, and to reserve your booking please refer

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