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Astrospeakers

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www.astrospeakers.org is a website designed to help society programme secretaries find speakers. We invite astronomy and space lecturers to register by completing a form online. Astro societies may also register their details with us.

We believe that this is the only UK website for astronomy presenters that is free to access, free to register and is open to all. We acknowledge that there are other sources including the FAS, RAS and this forum.

Astrospeakers has been well received and now has 35 registered speakers including well known professional and amateur astronomers.

The speaker search is based on a map of the UK. Clicking on your location will bring up a list of speakers willing to travel to your area along with their contact details. It is then up to you.

Likewise the society search operates in a similar way using the map.

We also have a diary section giving dates of meetings of national groups, such as SPA, BAA and RAS. On our wish list is a searchable database of all the lectures taking place across the whole of the UK. That will require a higher level of web design than currently available to us; like to help then please get in touch.

The other thing to note is that there be a delay of a few days before entries appear online. Each registration is added manually by webmaster, Glyn.

Please take a look.

Regards, Graham

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Astrospeakers has been steadily growing support and now has registered 36 speakers and 42 astronomical societies. Our target is to register all the astronomy clubs in the UK (over 200) and at least 50 speakers. You can help by mentioning Astrospeakers to anyone you know that has an interest in astronomy and space. To the best of our knowledge Astrospeakers is the only website for locating speakers on astronomy and space that is free to use and access by anyone.

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