What's on

In the UK on the 27th July, the Moon rises at 20.49 BST in London and at 21.22 BST in Edinburgh so, weather permitting, we will only miss the beginning of totality, and should be able to enjoy the space spectacular until the early hours of the 28th…
cosmic dust
Join us for a free courtyard late on Friday, 27 July! We will be open to the public from 6 – 9 pm "Space rocks - a link between us and the stars“ Dr Matthew Genge, a planetary scientist from Imperial College London, will give short talks …
The RAS will be holding an education and outreach day training and networking day this summer. Anyone involved in astronomy or geophysics is welcomed to the day, but there will be a focus on training Fellows to do astronomy and geophysics outreach,…
RAS Library
The Astronomical Society of London, now known as the Royal Astronomical Society, was founded in 1820 by astronomers including Charles Babbage. Visit us in Burlington House on the afternoon of 31st May to learn more about our history and our members…
Antimatter Public lecture
Why Antimatter MattersProfessor Tara Shears  (booking via Eventbrite - booking opens mid April 2018) Antimatter, an identical, oppositely charged version of normal matter, is one of the most mysterious substances in the Universe. We think it formed…
antimatter
Why Antimatter Matters  Professor Tara Shears  (booking required via Eventbrite)  Antimatter, an identical, oppositely charged version of normal matter, is one of the most mysterious substances in the Universe. We think it formed half the universe…