Unfortunately, planned University events (including social gatherings) have been cancelled with immediate effect until 31 May 2020. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.
The Plymouth Astronomical Society (PAS) meets on the second Friday of each month at the University of Plymouth from September to July. Society meetings are free to members and visitors are very welcome to attend at a cost of £2 on the door.
All meetings are held in the Rolle Building and there is disabled access to the venue. If the ground floor door is locked, please ring 01752 588400.
Friday 17 April: The Night Sky in April (CANCELLED)
- The Cosmic Perspective - A Tour of the Observable Universe, by Luke Christison.
Please note that seating is limited for this event in the Immersive Vision Theatre and it is essential to book a place at this meeting in advance at one of the PAS meetings in January, February or March. Priority will be given to PAS members (entrance free) but visitors are welcome (£4 fee, payable upon booking).
Friday 8 May: The Night Sky in May (CANCELLED)
- The Potential for Life on the Frozen Moons of the Solar System, by Martin Griffiths, Director of the Brecon Beacons Observatory in the International Dark Sky Reserve at the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Friday 12 June: The Night Sky in June
- Ancient Skies and Megaliths of Cornwall, by Brian Sheen, Director of the Roseland Observatory.
Friday 12 July: The Night Sky in July
- Observing Highlights for July and August, by Phil James.
- Summer Quiz and Raffle
- PAS AGM