FAS Council Vacancies
New Member Society
At the next Federation of Astronomical Societies Annual General Meeting on Saturday, October 19th there will be 5 Council posts where the current post holder will be leaving. The posts that will become vacant and the duties involved are described below. Filling these posts with new people is crucial to the continuation of the FAS […]
Access your PLI online
The Federation of Astronomical Societies would like to welcome a new member society – High Legh Community Observatory who meet in High Legh, Knutsford. We wish them many successes for the future and we note that the FAS now has 192 members.
Stargazing Live @ the Isle of Man AS
The FAS website now allows you to access and download your Public Liability Insurance documents. To access this please go to the PLI retrieval page, you will need your FAS login details to hand (these are the same as the Membership & Renewals system). As always we are adding new features to the FAS website […]
DSD Night @ Rugby & District AS
Isle of Man Astronomical Society sent in a write up of their BBC Stargazing Live events during early January (below) . There were many Stargazing Live events and expect to read about many more in the FAS newsletter The IOM Astronomical Society held a public stargazing event at Onchan Park, Onchan Isle of Man on […]
Rugby & District AS sent in a write up of their Dark Sky Discovery night on the 21st October (below). There have been many DSD events taking place across the country and keep your eyes open for others. As astronomers based in Britain we are used to a bit of adversity in our events, but […]
The Federation of Astronomical Societies would like to welcome 3 new member societies. These are Cleveland ADAS, Fordingbridge Astronomers and Durham Astronomical Society.