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Organisations

The following lists astronomy various organisations known to the authors. This list is by no means intended to be exhaustive. If you know of any information that we do not have listed, please contact us with the details.


State Location Organisation
 
Australia        The Astronomical Society of Australia
      Variable Stars South

  

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The Astronomical Society of Australia

 

The Astronomical Society of Australia is the society of professional astronomers in Australia. It has a Society website and a second Australian Astronomy site providing links, both professional and amateur, and including links to educational material.

 

Contact: Contact A/Prof. John O'Byrne, for email, see web site.
Web: http://asa.astronomy.org.au

 

http://www.astronomy.org.au

 

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Variable Stars South

 

VSS is an international association of astronomers, amateur and professional, interested in researching the rich and under-explored realm of southern variable stars. VSS covers most techniques of variable star research: visual observing with binoculars or telescopes, imaging with DSLRs and astronomical CCD cameras, and even spectrography. Its research work is project-oriented, often involving professional/amateur collaboration. VSS is directed by Stan Walker of Awanui, New Zealand, but its 'home' is its website, visit it for further information and contacts.

 

Contact: For email, see web site.
Web: http://www.variablestarssouth.org

 

 

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The Astronomical Society of Australia

 

The Astronomical Society of Australia is the society of professional astronomers in Australia. It has a Society website and a second Australian Astronomy site providing links, both professional and amateur, and including links to educational material.

 

Contact: Contact A/Prof. John O'Byrne, for email, see web site.
Web: http://asa.astronomy.org.au

 

http://www.astronomy.org.au

 

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Variable Stars South

 

VSS is an international association of astronomers, amateur and professional, interested in researching the rich and under-explored realm of southern variable stars. VSS covers most techniques of variable star research: visual observing with binoculars or telescopes, imaging with DSLRs and astronomical CCD cameras, and even spectrography. Its research work is project-oriented, often involving professional/amateur collaboration. VSS is directed by Stan Walker of Awanui, New Zealand, but its 'home' is its website, visit it for further information and contacts.

 

Contact: For email, see web site.
Web: http://www.variablestarssouth.org

 

 

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