What's Up & Newsletter - December 2020

Posted by Newbury Astronomy Society | Tags: newsletter, whatsup, 2020, december

By Steve Harris

The December 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 Star of Bethlehem and the Winter Solstice.

December 2020 Newsletter
What's Up: December 2020

Added on: Nov 30, 2020   Read more


December 2020 Main Meeting - Dr Alexandra Loske (University of Sussex)

Posted by Newbury Astronomy Society | Tags: 2020, december

The next Newbury Astronomical Society meeting on the first Friday in December has been moved back a week, to the second Friday of December (the 11th). The meeting subject has also changed, and will be a Christmas lecture.

In this talk art historian Dr Alexandra Loske will give an introduction to colour and pigment history and how artists and illustrators have coloured the universe. Alexandra is the curator of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton and teaches at the University of Sussex. She has published widely on colour in art and is the co-author of a book about the Moon in art and science (with astronomer Robert Massey).

Ann Davies, Programme Organiser

Added on: Nov 18, 2020   Read more


What's Up & Newsletter - November 2020

Posted by Newbury Astronomy Society | Tags: newsletter, whatsup, 2020, november

By Steve Harris

The November 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 Venus and the Leonid meteor shower.

November 2020 Newsletter
What's Up: November 2020

Added on: Nov 05, 2020   Read more


What's Up & Newsletter - October 2020

Posted by Newbury Astronomy Society | Tags: newsletter, whatsup, 2020, october

By Steve Harris

The October 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 the planet Mars and a homemade DSLR mount.

October 2020 Newsletter
What's Up: October 2020

Added on: Oct 01, 2020   Read more


October 2020 Main Meeting - Tony Bell

Posted by Newbury Astronomy Society | Tags: 2020, october

The next NAS zoom meeting on Friday the 2nd of October at 7:30pm will be given by Professor Tony Bell. Tony is professor of Physics at the University of Oxford and the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. He is a Senior Research Fellow at Somerville College Oxford.His research interests are in cosmic rays and high energy particles.

The title of his talk is 'Astrophysics at the highest energies'.

I hope you will be able to join us and look forward to seeing you.

Ann Davies, Programme Organiser

Added on: Sep 22, 2020   Read more


September 2020 Main Meeting - Martin Ratcliffe

Posted by Newbury Astronomy Society | Tags: september, 2020

The next Newbury Astronomical Society meeting on the first Friday in September is usually the first of the session. During the current situation we have been running Zoom meetings through the summer - very successfully. Booking speakers to give their talk on Zoom has meant I can go farther afield so NAS is now having our first talk from America!

Martin Ratcliffe has agreed to give the talk on 4th September. As some of you may know, Martin was a founder member of NAS living in Newbury at the time. After university at UCL he worked at the Armagh Planetarium before moving to America. He continued to work in the planetarium business: designing, building, training and producing planetarium shows.

He now lives in Wichita and is involved in developing astronomy education and public outreach. He has written 4 books and for many years had a monthly column in Astronomy Now magazine. He has written the same night sky column in the American Astronomy Magazine for 24 years and also contributed to other astronomy publications including the BAA Journal.

Martin is going to talk about his own observations of planets via lucky imaging and describe how he does his image processing, something he says he is trying to improve upon. So I hope as many of you as possible will be able to join the meeting to say hello to Martin and enjoy his talk.

Ann Davies, Programme Organiser

Added on: Aug 26, 2020   Read more


What's Up & Newsletter - September 2020

Posted by Newbury Astronomy Society | Tags: newsletter, whatsup, 2020, september

By Steve Harris

The September 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 astronomy for beginners and the Summer Triangle.

September 2020 Newsletter
What's Up: September 2020

Added on: Aug 26, 2020   Read more


What's Up & Newsletter - August 2020

Posted by Newbury Astronomy Society | Tags: newsletter, whatsup, 2020, august

By Steve Harris

The August 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 comets and meteors, particularly the recent Comet NEOWISE.

August 2020 Newsletter
What's Up: August 2020

Added on: Aug 01, 2020   Read more


What's Up & Newsletter - July 2020

Posted by Newbury Astronomy Society | Tags: newsletter, whatsup, 2020, july

By Steve Harris

The July 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 summer observing and Saturn.

July 2020 Newsletter
What's Up: July 2020

Added on: Jun 29, 2020   Read more


What's Up & Newsletter - June 2020

Posted by Newbury Astronomy Society | Tags: newsletter, whatsup, 2020, june

By Steve Harris

The June 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 observing the Sun, and the summer night sky. There is also a note about Society meetings for July & August, as well as the immediate future given the current situation with COVID-19.

June 2020 Newsletter
What's Up: June 2020

Added on: May 31, 2020   Read more


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