This is the website of the Manchester Astronomical Society. To find out more about
the Society, see the About Us page. If you are interested in astronomy/visiting the Society, see the Meetings
page to find out what's on and the Visit Us page for directions to the Godlee. Groups requiring a tour of the Godlee should Contact Us first to arrange visits.
(Note: there is NO wheelchair access to any part of the observatory, nor is there any public access to the balcony around the Godlee dome; plus there is a H&S restriction of a minimum of 11 years of age for using the spiral staircase up to the observatory dome/telescopes)
Everyone is welcome to attend our public lectures, held from October to March at Manchester Metropolitan University, John Dalton Building, Oxford Road. See the Lectures page for details.
THE TELEPHONE SERVICE AT THE GODLEE IS NOW NO LONGER ACTIVE - CONTACT US VIA E-MAIL
The society also
has an active Facebook group, which everyone is welcome to join.
If you are interested in joining the Society please go to the Join page.
The society holds meetings every Thursday evening in the Godlee Observatory (except Public Lecture nights and at Christmas & New Year, when the Godlee will be closed). See the Meetings page for more information.
Due to redevelopment work on the North Campus, the Godlee Observatory is now closed for an indefinite period - we will advise you of an alternative venue when this has been finalised
You can see what's in the night sky for the next month by visiting our JOURNAL page.
Image © Graham Hodson
Weekly meeting audience in the Godlee