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Welcome to Ewell Astronomical Society - serving sky watchers in Southwest London and North Surrey since 1966

NEXT MEETING: FRIDAY 21 APRIL
Professor Bil Chaplin
"Sounding Stars & the Search for Other Wolds"

NEXT OBSERVING EVENT: Tonight Tuesday 21 March
 

NEXT USERS GROUP: Wednesday 19 April

NEXT SCHOOL OBSERVING: Friday 7 April
Only if less than 50% cloud cover

Green - scheduled to go ahead  Amber - may be cancelled watch out for updates  Red - cancelled
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LATEST NEWS

Janus to Return to Print Posted 7 March 2017:
We are very pleased to announce that our monthly newsletter Janus is to return to print after a number of years as an online feature.  Limited numbers of the paper copy of each month's issue will be available at our monthly meetings, starting in March, with the 12 page pilot.  Featured articles will continue to be published on the Janus page, and you will also be able to download a PDF of each month's issue at the bottom of the page.  There is a cost implication in producing the paper newsletter, which at the present time is being covered by the Society, but more importantly - if the paper version is to be sustainable, we will be reliant on our members to make contributions of articles, observations, reports etc.  Please send articles for publication to the Editor at ewellastro.editor@gmail.com 

Two New Committee Members for EAS 

Posted 12 December 2016: We are pleased to announce the election of two new members to the EAS Committee - Paul Evans and Stephen Stangroom, who will be sharing the role of website management. We also say a fond farewell to Louis Barman who has stepped down from his role on the committee. Thank you Louis for all your hard work with the website, programming speakers and running the library - you will be sorely missed!

The "Clear Outside" Weather App has moved to the Observing Page