The Irish Federation of Astronomical Societies (IFAS) is an umbrella group comprising most of the National and Regional Astronomical Societies on the Island of Ireland.
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... According to the IFAS constitution, membership is open to any astronomical clubs or societies on the island of Ireland "which are governed by a democratically elected council or committee" ... The current members are Irish Astronomical Association Irish Astronomical Society - website Irish Astronomical Society Astro2 Birr Astronomical Society Cork Astronomy Club Deise Astronomy Society East Antrim ...
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