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Upcoming Events

 

Monday 26th August 2019

Bexhill 100 Classic Car Show at The Polegrove, Richmond Road, Bexhill has been a regular feature in August. For the last 18 years Andy Lawes FRAS from Astronomy Adventures has been supporting the show. - www.bexhillhorseshow.co.uk
* Come and see the Sun in Hydrogen Alpha (Displaying Prominences on the edge of the Sun.
* Sunspots in white light, through our Solar telescopes.
* Come and get advice/purchase an astronomical telescope.
* Free star Chart for May for every visitor to our stall.
* Come and see a real Meteorite..
* Find out about Astronomy Adventures Star Parties and How to Book one.
* Astronomy Adventures Also gives talks and observing sessions to Schools, Clubs, Societies, Badges for Guides, Cubs, Scouts.
* So come along and have a chat and hold one of the Oldest things in our Universe.
* Have a selfie with Flat Buzz Aldrin or Flat Tim Peake.

Saturday 20th July 2019

'One Giant Leap for Mankind' Big celebration of 50 years of Man landing on the Moon (free event) at St Richards Catholic College.

FB Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/337870633729189/

Monday 27th May 2019 (Bank Holiday Monday)

Bexhill Horse Show, has been a regular feature in May. For the last 18 years Andy Lawes FRAS from Astronomy Adventures has been supporting the show. - www.bexhillhorseshow.co.uk

* Come and see the Sun in Hydrogen Alpha (Displaying Prominences on the edge of the Sun.
* Sunspots in white light, through our Solar telescopes.
* Come and get advice/purchase an astronomical telescope.
* Free star Chart for May for every visitor to our stall.
* Come and see a real Meteorite..
* Find out about Astronomy Adventures Star Parties and How to Book one.
* Astronomy Adventures Also gives talks and observing sessions to Schools, Clubs, Societies, Badges for Guides, Cubs, Scouts.
* So come along and have a chat and hold one of the Oldest things in our Universe.

 

 

Events Completed

Friday 15th March 2019

Guestling Primary School, 3 talks and viewing through telescopes and binoculars.

Friday 22nd February 2019

Pestalozzi School, Observing with students from Nepal.

Friday 15th February 2019

Rye Cubs Astronomy badge, to include observing if clear.

Wednesday 13th February 2019

Private Star Party for Rhona, Laser tour of the constellations, evening Planets, Moon, Orion, nebula and open clusters

Thursday 17th January 2019

Private Star Party to celebrate Maude's 92nd Birthday. Such a wonderful time with some of her friends viewing planets, nebulas and new star birth.

Tuesday 15th January 2019

St Richards Catholic College Drop in session

Monday 14th January 2019

Talk - Rocket Making - Launch Rockets - Star Gazing
The Gattons Infant School Burgess Hill

Thursday January 3rd 2019

Private Star Party - Bexhill
Celebrating Johns Birthday with a Stargazing Party, fantastic viewing

Monday 5th November 2018
Astronomy Adventures is at Team Up Bexhill STEM Club at Pebsham Community Centre, 70 Seabourne Rd, Bexhill. The OSC will have their Planetarium with several shows taking place. Astronomy Adventures will be making rockets and launching them, showing the launch of a Saturn V rocket that took Men to the Moon. Hold a meteorite that is older than the Earth. All attending will get a free sky diary.

Monday 29th October 2018
Astronomy Adventures is at Team Up Bexhill STEM Club at All Saints Church Hall, Sidley. The OSC will have their Planetarium with several shows taking place.

Tuesday 16th October 2018
Astronomy Adventures is at Team Up Bexhill STEM Club at St Martha's Church, Little Common. The OSC will have their Planetarium with several shows taking place.

Monday 8th October 2018
Astronomy Adventures is at Team Up Bexhill STEM Club at The Hive, St Leonards Road, Bexhill. (No Planetarium)

14th September 19:30 - 23:00 at The old Bathing Hut, De La Warr Parade, Bexhill.

Come and View; The Moon, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars and a Comet!

The sights will give you the WOW factor through our large telescopes.

You will see Craters on the Moon, The four Galilean moons of Jupiter  its equatorial belts. You will see the beautiful rings of Saturn and at least one of its moons, you will see Mars, its red colour and maybe some  surface detail. Also one of the outer planets Neptune.

View 4 Planets, The Moon and a Comet if the weather is good. Telescopes will be by the Old Bathing Station Café Bexhill Promenade De La Warr Parade, Bexhill TN40 1LB till late. You will see Jupiter low in the West, Saturn with its beautiful rings, Mars bright red Orange in colour now getting further away from us, Neptune a far distant Gas giant that can be seen in binoculars, and a Comet deep in the depths of our Solar System. Its all free and get your latest Free star map for September. Will not take place if Clear Friday night.

Monday, 27 August 2018 from 10:00-17:00  The Polgrove, Bexhill

Come and talk to Astronomy Adventures at The Bexhill 100 Car Show Monday 27th from 10pm on at The Polegrove Bexhill.
Come and look at The Sun (Safley)
Come and hold a meteorite (older than the Earth)
Look through some of our Telescopes
Learn about what you can see in the Night Sky in August/September
Come and make a rocket and Launch it.
Get your Free Star map

Thursday, 2 August 2018 from 20:30-23:00

Free Event Suitable for all ages
Come and see four Planets with your own eyes through Large Telescopes on Bexhill Promenade Near The Old Bathing Station Cafe, De La Warr Parade, Bexhill TN40 1LB from 8:30pm

Come and View (weather permitting, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn and Mars all will be in view. The sights will give you the WOW factor through our large telescopes.

On Thursday the weather forecast looks good for observing, you will see four moons of Jupiter and its equatorial belts. You will see the beautiful rings of Saturn and at least one of its moons you will see Mars, its red colour and maybe some surface detail. Mars is at its closest approach to Earth since

Friday, 27 July 2018 from 20:00-23:00 at The Old Bathing Hut, De La Warr Parade, Bexhill.

Come and View a Total Eclipse of the Moon (weather permitting, also Jupiter Saturn and Mars all will be in view. The sights will give you the WOW factor through large telescopes.

You will see the Moon Blood red rise above the horizon, you will see the moons of Jupiter and its equatorial belts. You will see The beautiful rings of Saturn and on Mars its red colour and maybe some surface detail. Mars is at its closest approach since 2003.

Friday, 22 June 2018 from 19:00-21:00

Talk to members of Bexhill 100 Motoring club, at Egerton Park Indoor Bowls Club. An insight into the wonders of the universe and what can be seen in the Night Sky.

Saturday 21st April 18:30 - 22:00

Astronomy Night “ Observing from the Grave”, talk and observing if clear Wartling Church, BN27 1RY on Saturday 21st April 7pm
Join us for wine and a homemade two course supper and learn more about the Wonders of the night sky from our local astronomer Andy Lawes FRAS.
Tickets available in advance £8 Adults - £4 Children – Family ticket £20
Further information and tickets from Reverend Richard Steven 01323 833124

All proceeds go towards the renovation and maintenance of St Mary Magdalene Church Wartling.