Since it commenced in 1967, the National Australian Convention of Amateur Astronomers has encouraged people from around Australia to share their knowledge of, and enthusiasm for, the diverse aspects of amateur astronomy. It was decided at NACAA XXII in 2006 to form an incorporated national body to ensure that this tradition will continue on into the future. This body, NACAA Inc, consists of three parts:
The Secretariat hopes that this structure will ensure the continued success of NACAA, allow it to expand its role by supporting other conferences and workshops, and to improve communication between amateur and professional astronomical bodies in Australia and beyond.
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