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2013 Calendar now available

The ASNSW calendar for 2013 is available now. Click Here!

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The ASNSW Young Writer Award 2012 - Enter now!

The Astronomical Society of New South Wales (ASNSW) Young Writer Award is a competition for talented students interested in astronomy. The competition is open to school students from Year 8 to Year 11 and is designed to encourage students to write articles on astronomy for publication in the ASNSW’s “Universe” journal. Full details here: http://www.asnsw.com/competition/youngwriter

SPSP20 (2012) photos now available online

Go to http://members.asnsw.com/node/740 and select the 2012 photos by Greg Priestley.

Astroimaging Competition Rules 2012 Posted

The Astroimaging Competition will be held once again at the star party. This competition is open to all ASNSW members, or attendees to the South Pacific Star Party.

Please see the links below for the competition rules and entry form,

Changing your own Member Details

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South Pacific Star Party 2013

The 21st Annual South Pacific Star Party (SPSP) will be held from Thursday 9th through Sunday 12th May 2013.

General information about the SPSP is available here.

Scott Mellish Sketching Competition 2012

We are please to announce the inagrual Scott Mellish Sketching Competition to be judged at the 20th South Pacific Star Party. More details can be found here.

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