Fordingbridge Astronomers – June Meeting

Fordingbridge Astronomers’ June meeting will be on Wednesday 19th June, starting at 7.30pm.  We begin the evening with What’s in the Sky this Month.  Then, after this, we welcome Mark Hardaker, who will talk about his experiences Witnessing the Solar Eclipse. This will be followed by a talk on Binocular Astronomy for Beginners by Steve […]

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Mexborough & Swinton Astronomical Society – June & July 2024

All our meeting are “hybrid” and available via Zoom. Access cades available at visitor’s rate of £2. Meetings also held at St John’s Church Hall, Mexborough from 7:30pm every ThursdayWebsites:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/mexborough-swinton-astronomical-society-33434064571https://msas.org.uk

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Loughton Astronomical Society Events June & July

June 13 LAS Eclipse Chasing Members Eclipse Trip reports – USA 2024 Guests are always welcome; just drop in to one of our Thursday meetings. See https://las-astro.org.uk/ June 14 AstroKyds Junior Section AstroKyds is the Junior section of the LAS. 6:30pm at St Mary's Church Hall Astrokyds is a group for young astronomers (6 – […]

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Wolverhampton Astronomical Society -free public lecture 17th June 2024.

Wolverhampton Astronomical Society has a free public lecture on Monday 17th June 2024. Prof Chris Lintott from The BBC Sky at Night will be the lecture. The lecture if free but anyone wishing to attend needs to book their ticket online via the link https://www.tickettailor.com/events/wolverhamptonastronomicalsociety/1256137

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Sussex Practical Astronomers – 3 June

Monday 3rd  June 2024, 7.30pm Meeting chaired by John Bush 7.30pm –  “Detection of Exoplanets in binary systems using Eclipse Time Variations (ETVs)”,  by Ian Sharp Q&A for Ian 8.45pm – Tea/Coffee break 9:10pm – Annual General Meeting 9:45pm – Members Contributions                   (If time permits) Admission £5.00 Don’t forget to visit us at: https://sussexpracticalastronomers.org.uk/

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The Case for Dark Matter with Dr Matt Bothwell

About the Talk Over the past 50 years, astronomers have become increasingly certain that most of the Universe is made up of a mysterious invisible substance that we do not properly understand. This stuff — known as ‘Dark Matter’ — is thought to play an integral role in the evolution of the Universe, and is […]

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The Right Light at Night – Sandy Astronomical Society

Light Pollution was first identified as a problem by astronomers, but its consequences reach far wider. It is now widely recognised that artificial light at night, especially bright white light, can have profoundly negative effects on human health, and this is just the tip of an iceberg of harm. The effects on wildlife have been […]

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Fordingbridge Astronomers – May Meeting

Fordingbridge Astronomers’ May meeting will be on Wednesday 15th May, starting at 7.30pm.  We begin the evening with What’s in the Sky this Month.  Then, after this, we welcome an old friend, Paul Money, who will introduce us to the Wonders of the Solar System.  After this, there will be a short 10-15 minute break to […]

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