Society For Popular Astronomy - Observing Sections

Observing Sections

Section Description Director
Aurora Observing the annual occurrence of the aurora and noctilucent cloud Ian Brantingham
Comet Information and observations of cometary objects Jonathan Shanklin
Deep Sky Everything beyond our solar system including double stars, galaxies, starclusters and nebulae Darren Bushnall
Lunar All things related to observing our natural satellite Peter Grego
Meteor Meteors and how to observe them Tony Markham
Occultation Observing and recording occultation events Mell Jeffery
Planetary Observing the planets of our solar system Alan Clitherow
Solar Info and advise on SAFELY viewing and learning more about our nearest star Richard Bailey
Variable Star The SPA Variable Star Section observes a mixture of naked eye, binocular and telescopic variables David Scanlan

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