About DASH Astro
DASH Astro Events
Our Next Sunday Observing
Sunday 26th January 2020, Night Time Observing at Darsham Village Hall Field. Time 7;30pm
This weeks Night Time Observing sessions will be at Darsham Village Hall Field. But so if the weather is not suitable to observe, will be inside Darsham village Hall , The Field has all the possibilities of being our prime monthly observing site, but we do not know untill the developement of the site is finished.
You don't need a scope.... We have them, just come along and have a look through any number of different types of scope to suit all pockets and viewing preferences. keep an eye on social media for last minute changes and information.
Our Next Sunday Meeting
Sunday 9th Feb 2020 Start 7:30pm @ Darsham Village Hall Doors open 7:00pm
tonights meeting we have Prof. Michael Rowan-Robinson – Lost Time – When giants roamed the Earth.
There will be the usual additions such as "Whats happening in Space""
Why not arrive early for a chat as well as free Tea or Coffee. you can catch up with friends old and new.
Darsham Village Hall is now our permenet home for both Meetings and Observing on the field outside the hall. More announcements will be made once dates and timings have beed confirmed, so keep an eye on the website for more updates.
Don't forget to visit the Downloads Page for interesting stuff....
With the aid of Westleton Parish Council, Westleton Common,
has been granted Dark Sky Discovery Site Status.
On a DASH Observing night, observing should be the first priority. That being said after consultation of the local weather trends and people on the ground , and in the event of inclement weather we will be in the village hall for astro workshops, to be lead by the needs of the members. So if you have questions or problems, let us know and we will see if we can help.
So your actions on the night should be, 1st :- check the Darsham Village Hall Field.. 2nd :- the Darsham village hall.
We will endeavour to give as much notice as possible, but the latest will be 3:00pm on the day of observing.