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Cambridge University Astronomical Society (CUAS)

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The Cambridge University Astronomical Society exists to provide for and to encourage an interest in all aspects of Astronomy.

CUAS is one of the most active academic societies in Cambridge. We aim to cater for observers of all levels of expertise, so don’t be put off if you’ve never tried it before! We hold weekly talks in Michaelmas and Lent terms and also organise a wide range of social events, including formal dinners and garden parties.

All regular talks and obsnights are free to members (or cost £2 for non-members) – membership can be bought (£12 life, £7 annual) at any of our regular events.

Please see our website for further information: http://astronomy.soc.srcf.net

Or Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CUAstroSoc/

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