Beginners Meeting - 21st Sept 2016
The next meeting of the 2016-2017 session is the September beginners meeting, to be held on Wednesday the 21st of September 2016 starting at 7:15pm. The subject is Man and the Moon. The talk is at the usual location of St. Mary's Church Hall, Greenham. (click here for a map and further details of the session's meetings).
If you wish to be a member of the society for this season and haven't completed your membership form yet, please complete a copy and bring it with you to the meeting.
By Steve HarrisThe October editions 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 Juno arriving at Jupiter, and planets & exoplanets. October 2016 Newsletter
What's Up: October 2016
The following mailing was sent out by the BAA.
The BAA aims to support all amateur astronomers, whether members of the BAA or not. Our Sky Notes articles on what to look out for in the night sky are very popular. The Sky Notes for October and November have just been published in October’s BAA Journal and you can freely read them online on our website here: https://britastro.org/journal_item/8041
I hope you all enjoy reading it.
By Steve HarrisThe September editions 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 a new planet spotted orbitting Proxima Centuri (the star nearest our Solar System), and our moon. September 2016 Newsletter
What's Up: September 2016
The programme for this year's main meetings is now available: click here for a full list. The details have also been published to the Main Meetings and Beginners Meetings pages, with the ICS Calendar files (main version, older 2003 version) also having been updated for the new session. (note - beginners meeting details coming soon)
See you all in September!
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