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derby & district astronomical society derby and district astronomical society [ site map ] welcome to the website of the derby & district astronomical society. the derby & district astronomical society (ddas) was founded in 1974 and is open to all with an interest in astronomy. we currently number over 50 members from all walks of life and whose knowledge of astronomy ranges from complete beginner to advanced. the society holds regular meetings on the first friday of each month (except july and august) at 7:30 pm at the friend's meeting house on st. helen's street in derby. meetings usually involve an outside speaker, but members also give talks and the society holds a quiz in february. we also hold 'introduction to astronomy' evenings at the friends meeting house on the third friday of the month. see below for more information. we are a friendly and, despite our subject, 'down to earth' society. meetings are a great way for potential new members to see what we're about in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. the social aspect continues after most monthly meetings with a visit to, appropriately enough, the seven stars . the society's flamsteed observatory near brailsford houses a 10-inch newtonian reflector. the observatory is named in honour of england's first astronomer royal, the reverend john flamsteed (1646-1719), who was born in derbyshire and attended derby school. regular monthly observing sessions are held (weather permitting) at the facility and new people are always welcome. they are usually held on the third saturday of the month and start times vary with the season. the observatory is also available for use by individual members at any time after some simple training. a summer barbecue is usuallly held at the observatory on the saturday following the first friday in july instead of a meeting at the friend's meeting house that month. public observing evenings are also occasionally held in derby at which members share their enthusiasm for the night sky and the club's portable 8" meade lx-90 telescope is used. we also bring this telescope along to cub, scout, brownie and guide groups, schools etc., to which members also give talks. an annual trip provides the opportunity for members to visit a different site of astronomical or space interest within the uk each year. several of our members are highly accomplished astrophotographers and our picture gallery is entirely comprised of ddas member's work. copyright notice: please note that all images taken by members on this website are copyright of those individuals. if you would like to use any of these images please contact the webmaster . for general information on all our meetings and the benefits of becoming a member please click here . the summer milky way as seen last year from bryce canyon, utah, by ddas member pete hill. full res image... © pete hill. tonight's observing session (saturday 20th december) has been cancelled due to the cloudy skies -- the sky's the limit we have been invited by derby city council to take part in a stargazing event at elvaston castle on friday, 11th march 2016 from 7-9pm . the event also takes place on friday 4th march - but as that is our main meeting night we won't be at elvaston on the 4th. if you are a ddas member and wish to bring a telescope and be part of our 'display team' then please contact our secretary brian dodson as soon as possible. otherwise booking with elvaston castle on 01629 533870 is essential and costs 5 for adults and 3 for children as spaces are limited. for more details please see the flyer . -- our next main meeting will be replaced by an observing session to be held on friday 4th august 2017 from 7:30 pm onwards at the society's flamsteed observatory. a variety of telescopes will be available, including our lunt solar scope, the society's 10" newtonian under the dome and our 8" schmidt-cassegrain outside, as well as any that may be brought along by members. new people are always welcome and you can even bring your own scope! if you would like more details please email brian dodson . -- whistlewood common star party the ddas and whistlewood common will be holding a star party on saturday 19th - sunday 20th august 2017 at whistlewood common, near melbourne, de73 8dh . the event opens at 3pm on the saturday and as well as night time stargazing we will have solar observing during the day, games and activities for children and a competition to win a telescope. this is a drop in family event with craft activities, refreshments and campfire cooking (bring your own food). prices are 3/adult 1/child for a day ticket. or if you wish to stay over night 5/tent and 15/caravan (the event is free to ddas members). more details are available in the event flyer or email ddas secretary brian dodson . whistlewood is just off the common on the road between melbourne and ticknall - opposite dovesite business park. full directions are available on the whistlewood common website. pictures from last year's event can be seen here . -- carsington stargazing on saturday 19th november 2016 from 7:45 pm to 10:30 pm we'll be teaming up again with the carsington sailing club at carsington water, derbyshire, de6 1su, for an evening of stargazing. the meeting is suitable for total beginners and those with some knowledge who want to know more. if you have binoculars or a telescope bring them along and get guidance on their use when viewing the stars and planets. we'll also have displays and information inside. there is no charge for this event but donations will be gratefully received on the night (to be shared between ddas and the sailing club). if you'd like to go please let our secretary brian dodson know so we have an idea of numbers. please note: this meeting replaces the usual observing session at our observatory this month. meeting flyer... -- we're back in barrow... the derby and district astronomical society will be back at the brookfield social club, barrow on trent, de73 7hg from mid-day to mid-night on saturday 21st october 2017 . more details are available in the meeting flyer . pictures from the 2015 event can be seen here . please note that this event replaces the regular observing session in october. -- our next main meeting will be the society quiz to be held on friday, 5th january 2017 from 7:30 pm onwards at the friends meeting house, st. helens street, derby, de1 3gy. this is a fun event which no-one takes too seriously. our quizmaster for the evening will be ddas member dave selfe. why not give it a go? you might even win a prize! coffee is provided during the break. why not join us for a drink at the seven stars afterwards? -- alvaston park stargazing we'll be stargazing in alvaston park on saturday 27th january 2018 from around 5 pm onwards at the community building, alvaston park, derby. a variety of telescopes will be brought along by members and visitors are encouraged to bring along their own. if its clear there will be a chance to see some celestial wonders. we'll also be on hand to offer advice on choosing and using telescopes and binoculars and finding your way around the night sky. there will also be displays, refreshments and activities inside. -- due to the severe weather conditions our main meeting this friday 2nd march 2018 has been cancelled . ddas member dr mike lancaster was due to give a talk on creatures of the deep - a journey through the milky way . this is now postponed to a later date. -- our annual general meeting will be held on friday, 4th may 2018 from 7:30 pm onwards at the friends meeting house, st. helens street, derby, de1 3gy. this is the start of our membership year and a good time for new people to join, and existing members to renew their subscriptions. you can also get a discount on your subs if you pay at the agm. existing members may also vote on society matters and the election of the new committee. there
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