Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy will be visible in the evening sky until late January. More details and useful star charts after the jump.
The Society is pleased to announce that new scholarships for undergraduate students are now available. (find out more)
Venus Rising: South African Astronomical Beliefs, Customs and Observations, written by Dr Peter G. Alcock, examines traditional South African celestial knowledge, ranging from the Venda in the north to the /Xam San (Bushman) in the south. Topics discussed include eclipses, comets, meteors, place names, stories, poetry and riddles as well as other linguistic expressions which are linked to the heavens. Readers, reinforced with information contained in this book, are invited to scan the night skies from a truly South African perspective. The complete book is available as a free PDF on our website. (Find out more)
Browse the “Report A Sighting” archives for ongoing investigations of recent sightings, including those by Grant B. (2014 Jan 02), Albie M., Isabel R. & Alex A. (2013 Dec 31), and Alison F. (2013 Dec 21). (browse archive)