Notice of Next Meeting

Our next monthly meeting takes place on:

  • Date: Wednesday 14 August 2019
  • Time: 19h00 for 19h30
  • Location: Jhb. Observatory
  • Presenter: David Rogers
  • Topic: Fifty Years after Apollo – how did they get it right?”
  • Donation: R20 pp for tea and snacks

Meetings generally last about one and a half hours, and include a Topic of Interest, What’s Up in the Night Sky, and the Main Speaker’s Presentation. Tea and coffee are served afterwards. Visitors are welcome.

Sky and Braai

Our next monthly Braai takes place on:

  • Date: To Be Confirmed
  • Time: 16h30
  • Location: Jhb. Observatory, Top of the hill at the Herbert Baker Library. Map.
  • Topic: Whats Up – a detailed overview af some objects.
  • Donation: R20 pp for the fire wood. Children under 15 free.

Agenda:

  • 16h30  – Arrival and Fires started
  • 17h00 – Braai
  • 18h00 –  Presentation
  • 18h20 – 10 min Break
  • 18h30 – Viewing
  • 20h00 –  close domes and lock up.

Our fire glows warmly with a spirit of friendship settling to waft delicious aromas that pervade the olfactory nerves, creating intense appeal for taste buds.

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The murmering and chuckling displays delight, comfort and contemplative joy at what will be seen in the sky tonight. Bursts of joyous laughter bring one back to the chatter and fun of the evening. Do join ASSA JHB on the hill for a lovely evening of sky and braai. Dress warmly, bring along your meat to braai, your condiments, drinks and salads, anything you need for your meal, hmm… fingers were invented before knives and forks? and  oops, do not forget a chair or ‘situpon’. You may bring your own telescope if you want to.

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Astronomy - ASSA Johannesburg CentreMon, Aug 5th, 2019 at 9:31pm
The Monthly meeting on Wednesday 14 August will be held in the Observatory auditorium (18A Gill St, Observatory - 19h00 for 19h30). David Rogers will talk on "Fifty Years after Apollo - With so much going wrong, how did they get it right?"
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Astronomy - ASSA Johannesburg CentreWed, May 15th, 2019 at 1:58pm
.URGENT Notification! Monthly Meeting Notice..

Date: 15 May 2019
Time: 19h30
Venue: Kingsmead College, Rosebank
Next to Rosebank Gautrain Station.
Entrance in Tottenham Avenue.

Speaker: Neil Viljoen
Topic: Astrophotography
2nd speaker Verlin Govender
Topic: Time Travel

Visitors are welcome.but must please contact Monica Loubser at monicaloubser.ml@gmail.co.za to verify attendance.

See www.astronomyjhb.co.za for details.
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Astronomy - ASSA Johannesburg CentreTue, Apr 9th, 2019 at 9:06am
Our next monthly meeting takes place on:

Date: Wednesday 10 April 2019
Time: 19h00 for 19h30
Location: Wits Planetarium
Presenter: Dr Andrew Chen
Topic: The seven wonders of TRAPPIST-1

Donation: R20 pp for tea and snacks

All ASSAJHB members welcome. Visitors to book through Monica Loubser.
Cell: 084 405 4005
E-Mail: monicaloubser.ml@gmail.com
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Astronomy - ASSA Johannesburg CentreMon, Mar 11th, 2019 at 2:50pm
13 March monthly meeting.

Venue : Wits Planetarium
Time : 19h30

Speaker : Dave Blane
Topic: The Island Universes

Dave will take us on tour of the amazing objects we know as galaxies that make up our universe, there origins, structure, classification and how intertwined they are in the cosmic thread of dark matter.

This is an ordinary meeting. There is no Planetarium show.

R20 donation for refreshments.

Sky Guides will be available at R35 each.

Visitors and friends are welcome but we have had to restrict the numbers. We therefore have allocated place for 20 visitors who must please book through Monica Loubser via email. monicaloubser.ml@gmail.com

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