Astro Bash XXXV is coming RIGGGHHHHT UP!

Hi Astronomers!

The Bosscha Observatory, can clearly see the Orion in the sky as well!

Astro Bash is back and better this time round! Astro Bash XXXV we will be heading down to…. Lembang Indonesia! Much of our observation will be done at Bosscha Observatory which houses a 28″ Schmidt telescope!

Volcano eruption!

Did someone say volcanoes?!

Yeap, that’s right! We will be taking a look at some VOLCANOES during the trip! Not to worry, they will be dormant volcanoes, so no danger there.

Tangkuban Perahu, a dormant volcano situated 30 km north of the city of Bandung, Indonesia.

Not to mention that this also means that there will be HOT SPRINGS!

Followers of the Amazing Race would know about the hot springs at Tangkuban Perahu as during Amazing Race 23. The roadblock at Leg 9 had teams cooking hardboiled eggs in the hot springs of the Tangkuban Perahu volcano, so what would you give to feel like an Amazing Race participant yourself!

And hence, I’m sure you are all excited to find out more about the trip, the details are as follows:

Date: 15-18th May 2015


Non-member: S$360/S$320 (Twins/Quad Room)
Member/Ex-Astrobasher: S$350/S$310 (Twins/Quad Room)
Subcomm members receive a further $10 discount upon confirmation.

Prices includes 3 night accommodation with breakfast daily, room taxes and surcharges, insurance and two way transfer [coach +airfare], and the end of trip group dinner!

Early bird discount!
Limited to the first 5 signups: you will receive $10 discount off the above mentioned quoted price!


We will be staying at…

Grand Hotel Lembang, Indonesia

So with plenty of sightseeing, relaxing time at Astro Bash XXXV, Lembang, Indonesia, what a trip not to be missed!

Register with us now here.

Or for more information, you may email us at

Clear Skies!

NUS Astronomical Society

Observation @ NUS Field on 13th Feb

Dear Astronomers!

Hope everything’s been good thus far!
We will be having an observation session at the NUS School Field this Friday evening, 13/2/2015!
Details are as follow:
Date: 13th February, Friday
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: NUS School Field (opposite the Physics Department)

More information regarding the venue can be found on the map attached.
On the map attached, the red circled region is the NUS School field mentioned.
Do join us for a starry night! See you there!
Clear Skies!
NUS Astronomical Society