CODY Astronomical Society


Club Events - Observing     - Lectures

Evening Club Nights/Observing Sessions

wpeF.jpg (1894 bytes)The society arranges evening club nights/observing sessions during year. These are held at the Cody Observatory at Farnborough. There will be experienced observers on hand to help coordinate viewing for the evening and the usage of the Cody Telescope. If the weather is inclement, a Club night will be held and there will be informal talks in the observatory clubroom. The society's 8" Meade reflector will also be available and there may be opportunities to try some photography.

All members are encouraged to attend, be they novices or experts and, if they wish, to bring along their own 'scopes if the weather is fine. Please note any equipment you bring on site is done so entirely at your own risk.

Actual dates will be selected at short notice according to weather.
An E Mail will be sent out to members shortly beforehand.
Parking arrangements are given below:-

Parking please in the red areas - leave the green parking area for those who are bringing their telescopes.



Click here for our Observatory Guide

Lectures 2018/19

wpeF.jpg (1894 bytes)The society arranges evening lectures which are usually held in the Whittle lecture theatre on the Cody Technology park starting at 7.30pmDetails of the current programme are given below:-                           




Thu 1st February

Globular Clusters


Alan Drummond
Tuesday 6th March Dwarf Galaxies Samantha Perry (ICG Portsmouth University)
Wednesday 4th April  How to Weigh a Universe Colin Stuart
Monday 2nd July

 Kew Observatory and the Origin of Solar-Terrestrial Physics

Lee Macdonald
Tbc October

Art and Astronomy II

Barry Kellett (RAL)