Who are we?

Cornwall Sea to Stars brings the wonders of astronomy and geophysics to curious minds in and around Cornwall. We are a not-for-profit limited company, proudly supported by professional, public, commercial and volunteer organisations with diverse interests, including astronomy, geophysics, archaeology, satellite tracking, marine engineering, mining history and tourism.

Cornwall Sea to Stars has been supported by RAS200: Sky and Earth, an Outreach and Engagement Fund established by the Royal Astronomical Society to celebrate its 200th anniversary by engaging with diverse sections of the community. Cornwall Sea to Stars has been awarded a grant of £35,000 by the Royal Astronomical Society as part of the RAS200 Sky & Earth project.

Friends of Cornwall Sea to Stars:

– Camborne School of Mines

University of Exeter

– Europlanet 2020 RI 

– Goonhilly Earth Station 

– Roseland Observatory

– Truro High School for Girls

Cornwall Sea to Stars is grateful to John Savage Accountants for their sponsorship.

News

August Night Sky

Cornwall Spaceport is about to launch its first satellite this summer maybe as early as September Keep eyes and ears open for updates, The James Webb Telescope is delivering the goods at last. After 30 years, some fantastic images are coming from the super scope. Gravitational lensing is the new buzzword, it is an outcome …

Contact

Please do not hesitate to contact us for information and bookings of the Sea to Stars Roadshow Trailer.

We are actively looking for volunteers – if you want to help with a fun, educational and exciting project please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Email

admin@cornwallseatostars.org.uk

Clint O’Connor, Chair: info@cornwallseatostars.org.uk