Hello and welcome to my website! I’m Mary McIntyre, an Oxfordshire based amateur astronomer and astrophotographer who has had a life-long interest in Astronomy.
I moved to rural Oxfordshire in 2011 where my husband Mark and I have a garden observatory. Most of the pictures on my site were taken in our garden, with a few exceptions which were taken from Astrofarm in France or whilst on holiday.
I am passionate about astronomy outreach and I’ve been giving talks on Astronomy and Astrophotography since 2015 to a mixture of camera clubs, astronomy societies, local schools and Scouts groups, as well as running astronomy sketching workshops. I love sharing my knowledge and experience, so if you are interested in booking me to speak please check out my talks list page by clicking here and then use the Booking Form to contact me.
If you want to find out about what is visible in our night sky during the coming month, don’t forget to check out the “what’s up” page. Also check out some of my popular astronomy articles from my blogger page by clicking on the links below.
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You Tube (Astro): Mary McIntyre FRAS
You Tube (Bass): Mary McIntyre Bass
You Tube (Make Up & SFX): Mary McIntyre Make Up & SFX
Some of my Popular Astronomy Articles
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Features of the Sun and How to Observe and Image them
Understanding Moon Phases
How Super is a “Supermoon?”
Understanding Planetary Observation Terminology
Sundogs: The Fact and the Fiction
To see more of my articles about astronomy, covering a wide range of topics, visit my astronomy and science blog page here.