Liverpool Astronomical Society
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|Motto||sic itur ad astra
Thus do we reach the stars.
|Purpose||study of celestial objects|
|(gral. assembly, board of directors, etc)|
|Website||Liverpool Astronomical Society|
In 1893 Liverpool Astronomical Society obtained the 5" Cooke equatorial telescope. For many years it was situated in the observatory on the roof of the William Brown Library and Museum building, but it is currently in storage.
- "sic itur ad astra: Definition of sic itur ad astra". sacklunch.net.