The 2017 October meeting of the Astronomical Society of Albury Wodonga will feature Special Guest Speaker Greg Bradley.  Greg lives in the foothills of the Blue Mountains to the north west of Sydney where he has setup an observatory which he can control from the comfort of his own house.  He has also setup another observatory at a dark sky location south of Bathurst.
Greg is highly... (read more)

Next month's meeting of the Astronomical Society of Albury Wodonga will feature special guest speaker Ken Harrison.

Ken is a former president of the Astronomical Society of Victoria and he has a passion for observing/imaging The Sun and doing Spectroscopy.

Wednesday May 3rd at 7pm in the main lecture theatre at La Trobe University Wodonga.

All welcome. (read more)

Dr Tyler Bourke is a Project Scientist with the Square Kilometre Array and is based at the Jodrell Bank Observatory in the UK.

He studied at ANU and gained his BSc majoring in Physics.  He went on to do a Masters and PhD at UNSW and did his PhD research at the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics in Boston (CfA)

He held various positions at the CfA from the early 2000s including 1 ½ years in Hawaii. He has been with the SKA Project since 2013.

His lecture is entitled "The World's Largest Radio Telescope in your Backyard" (read more)

On Friday May 13 at 6:30pm come along to Wonga Wetlands, Albury for a unique evening discovering the astronomical traditions of the Wiradjuri people of central NSW. Presented by special guest Trevor Leaman, member of the Australian Indigenous Astronomy Group.​ (read more)

On Wednesday the 3rd of February at 7pm the Astronomical Society of Albury Wodonga is hosting a presentation and equipment demonstration by local astrophotographer Carl Rainer (... (read more)

On the 21st of August, 2015, the Astronomical Society of Albury Wodonga held a viewing night at Trinity Thurgoona to help contribute to a World Record Attempt for the most number of people looking through a telescope at the same time accross multiple sites. Unfortunately for the 78 stargazers that showed up to the ASAW gathering the weather was not kind, with the event being rained out. A huge... (read more)

New committee elected for 2015-16 (read more)