The AAQ has a strong research ethic, with members undertaking their own research, collaborating with other amateur and professional groups, and publishing their research in peer reviewed journals.
The Edward Corbould Research Fund (ECRF) of the Astronomical Association of Queensland (AAQ) was established in 1987 with a grant of $50,000 from Edward Corbould, a property developer in the Queensland Sunshine Coast area.
The purpose of this fund is to support astronomical research projects by amateur astronomers and tertiary students. Grants are provided from the investment income of the fund, and will only be offered if the fund attains a certain level of growth each year.
In 2018, Professor David Moriarty was awarded the Page Medal for work on eclipsing binary stars and its application to…Read More
Members of the association undertake substantial research activities, and frequently publish the results. Below are details of publications and presentations made by members of this Association.
Graeme Jenkinson gave this presentation at the Astrocon 2017, the annual national conference of USA amateur astronomical groups/organisations. For 2017…Read More
Keith Treschman published this article in the International Journal of Physical Sciences in 2019. Abstract General relativity has been very…Read More
Graeme Jenkinson, Peter Culshaw, Diane Hughes, John Hughes and Des Janke have published a paper on neglected southern multiple systems…Read More
Astronomical Association of Queensland 2016 programme - Measurements of nine neglected southern multiple stars
Graeme Jenkinson has published a paper on nine neglected southern multiple systems in the Webb Society Double Star Section Circulars.…Read More
Digital single lens photometry in white light: a new concept tested on data from the high amplitude δ Scuti star V703 Scorpii
Roy Axelsen has published a paper on the δ Scuti star V703 Scorpii in the JAAVSO. Abstract A novel method…Read More