OASI is a society for people interested in astronomy. We are based at Orwell Park Observatory and Newbourne Village Hall, both situated near Ipswich, Suffolk. Members enjoy a wide range of interests in astronomy and include armchair astronomers, casual observers, and dedicated amateurs with specialist skills in visual and photographic observing, constructing telescopes, public education in astronomy and the history of astronomy.
Visiting Orwell Park Observatory.
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On 28 January 2022, Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell will present a Zoom lecture entitled Bursts, Bangs And Things That Go Bump In The Night: Transient Astronomy to members of OASI.
IC405, the Flaming Star Nebula, with stars other than AE Aurigae deleted from the image, 12-13 January 2022, John Hughes. More
A fireball in Boötes ejects material forming a small cloud visible for several minutes before dispersing, 10 January 2022, Alan Smith. More
Nebula IC410, 01&November 2021-02 January 2022, Andy Gibbs. More
A spectacular aurora seen from Meistervik, northern Norway, 04 December 2021, Matthew Leeks. More