Cambridge University Astronomical Society


Founded in 1942, the Cambridge University Astronomical Society (CUAS) prides itself on many years of continuous and active existence. We are a group of students and members of the university from many different backgrounds who share an interest in all topics related to astronomy. We hold many different events including weekly talks (£2 or free


Speaker Meetings / Talks We invite a variety of people working in astronomy to give talks to the society. The topics are taken from a wide range of areas, from pure astrophysics to the history of astronomy, observing, and much more. Talks are generally about an hour long, including questions to the speaker, and are


Neptune is the official CUAS newsletter, which we publish at irregular intervals. It contains information about the society, observing reports and most importantly contribution from our members (ranging from astronomy experiences to poetry or things completely unrelated to astronomy). Current and past online issues can be found here. There is a long series of back