About UK Astro Show
The International Astronomy Show really is a show by two astronomers for astronomers, both passionate to bring you a show to remember.
Meet Our Speakers
IAS2023 again brings you a world class two day lecture programme, Find out more details on our speakers for the 2022 show on the drop down menu.
IAS 2023 Event
Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm To Be Confirmed
Saturday 9.00am – 5.00pm To Be Confirmed
The IAS 2023 event.
- Easily accessible from the major road and motorway networks
- Free all day parking spaces next to the show arena
- large attractive 200 seat restaurant serving hot food and drinks all day
Kids Go Free
- Under 16 free day admission when accompanied with a paying adult
Graham and Martin are long-time friends who share a passion for Astronomy, in particular Astro-Imaging. They have worked together for many years at Kelling Heath Spring and Autumn Star Parties, imaging under the rural skies of North Norfolk.
They are well-known throughout the astronomical community, to traders and fellow astronomers alike. So, joining forces to bring you The International Astronomy Show really does give a Show “by Astronomers for Astronomers” – a Show to remember!
All Images entered in the competition will be streamed in a slide show live at The International Astronomy Show over the 2 day event. The winners will be annnounced on the IAS Website, and used on Facebook and Twitter and will include the images with full credits, and by entering the competition you agree to this use.
There will be one unrestricted age group for all entrants. There will only be one First, Second ,Third and runner up places across all categories. All images must be your own original work, and be copyright owned by you. Subject matter is entirely your own choice, this can be Planets, Stars, Constellations, sunsets/sunrise, moon, solar, deep sky, there will be no winners for each subject section, all entrants will have equal chance of winning whether it be a 20 hour deep sky image or a hand held moon shot.
Come meet and chat with Martin and Graham live at the following 2022 events.
Practical Astronomy Show March 2023 https://www.facebook.com/practicalastroshow/
SPA Convention, Cambridge March 2023. http://www.popastro.com/announcements/index.php?id_pres_box=33
Kelling Heath Star party, 20th to 27th April 2023. http://www.starparty.org/
Kelling Heath Star Party, 12th to 19th October 2023. http://starparty.las-astro.org.uk/index.php
Lecture Programme at a glance
Melissa Gillone 10.00am 11.00am
Prof Michael Merrifield 11.15am 12.15pm
Gary Palmer 1.00pm 2.00pm
Prof Martin Barstow 2.15pm 3.15pm
Prof Leigh Fletcher 3.30pm 4.30pm