June Main Meeting - 7th Jun 2019
The next meeting of the 2018-2019 session is the June Main Meeting, to be held on Friday the 7th of June 2019 starting at 7:30pm. The subject is The Colour of Science: Hyperspectral Imaging for Astronomy - Dr Hugh Mortimer (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory) & 38th AGM. The talk is at the usual location of West Berkshire Mencap Centre in Newbury, off Enbourne Road. (click here for a map and further details of the session's meetings).
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By Steve HarrisThe May edition of the Society Newsletter and What's Up of items to see over the coming month are now both available to read from the below links. Featured this month is astro-imaging and how to process the acquired images. May 2019 Newsletter
What's Up: May 2019
The AGM is coming up on the 7th of June, and as such we are requesting your nominations for the Committee. Whether you're happy with the same Committee as this year, or you wish to stand yourself for a position, click here to download the form, print it off, fill it out, and bring it to a meeting before the AGM, or email it to us. Remember that it's your society, so you're entitled to a voice about the committee.
There are two upcoming meetings of the British Astronomical Association local to Newbury coming up, both of interest to members: the Historical Section on the 8th of June and the Summer Meeting on the 22nd of June. Please click "Read More" for further details!
By Steve HarrisThe April edition of the Society Newsletter and What's Up of items to see over the coming month are now both available to read from the below links. Featured this month are the Mars rover Opportunity, and Messier objects. April 2019 Newsletter
What's Up: April 2019
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