The Swedish Astronomical Society

The Swedish Astronomical Society (Svenska astronomiska sällskapet) is a national organization in Sweden aimed at people who want to follow the achievements of astronomical research. Founded in 1919, the society has from the outset intended to be "an intimate connection between scientists, amateur astronomers, and others interested in astronomy".
"Popular Astronomy" is the association's member magazine. "Astronomical Youth" is the society's Youth League.

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