Notice of Next Meeting
Our next monthly meeting:
- Date: Wednesday, 11 November 2020
- Time:19h00 for 19h30
- Presenter: Dimitri Veras
- Topic: Exo-Planets: Famous Firsts, Boisterous Births, and Destructive Deaths.
- Location: Zoom Meeting 816 7479 5682
- Book a spot via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or send a e-mail to receive the password.
Picnic under the Stars
Our next Picnic under the Stars:
- Date: Saturday, 24 October (Weather permitting.)
- Time: 19h00 – 22h00
- Location: Monte Casino, Piazzo Area, near the Teattro.
- Topic: The Moon and Mars, you are welcome to bring a telescope.
- Please Note: Due to Covid Level 1 restrictions, please ensure that you are wearing a mask at all times and practice social distancing and hygiene. No food or drink may be brought onto the premises, but there are restaurants in the centre. There is no security so the safety of your belongings and equipment is your own responsibility.
Please see our facebook page for more information or cancellations and to book your Spot
- Lecturer: Gill Jacobs
- Topic: Introduction to Astronomy Lectures Series
- Location: Zoom Meeting
Lecture 2: June 24 @ 19h30
Lecture 3: July 1 @ 19h30
Lecture 4: July 8 @ 18h30
- James Webb Space Telescope: How, when, and why it's launching
- What is the Harvest Moon effect?
- The Sky This Week: Keep an eye on the Moon
- Inspiration4, the first all-civilian spaceflight, is now in orbit
- Where to see the next solar eclipse
- These are the most peculiar galaxies you can observe
- Explore the sky with Oberwerk’s 20×65 ED Deluxe binoculars
- When north goes south: Is Earth's magnetic field flipping?
- Ask Astro: Does Planet Nine have enough mass to be a black hole?
- SpaceX Inspiration4 mission will send 4 people with minimal training into orbit
- Snapshot: Dusty light veers from a black hole’s throat
- Untangling the Tarantula Nebula the skys largest stellar nursery
- Ask Astro: How did Earth's gravity capture (then lose) a 50-year-old rocket booster?
- The Sky This Week: Neptune reaches opposition
- Perseverance samples its first (two) rocks
- How NASA's Apollo Astronauts Went to the Moon
- Why the Lunar Module Looked So Much Like a Moon Bug
- Could NASA Build the Famous Saturn V Today? It's Working on It, with a Twist
- At Solar System's Edge, NASA's Voyager 2 Probe Copes with Reduced Power
- Surface Rupture from Ridgecrest Earthquake Spotted from Space (Photo)
- Saturn's Rings Shine Extra Bright This July: How to Catch Them
- In Photos: Soyuz Rocket Launches Russia's Meteor M2-2 Weather Satellite on Rideshare Mission
- Voyager 2 Transformed Our Ideas of Jupiter's Moons 40 Years Ago
- SpaceX's Starhopper Prototype to Make 1st Untethered Hop Soon, Musk Says
- NASA's 'Green' Fuel Satellite Passes Its First Test
- July Full Moon 2019: 'Thunder Moon' Lunar Eclipse Meets Saturn in the Night Sky
- NASA Announces a Dozen Science and Tech Experiments to Scout the Moon
- India Gearing Up to Launch 2nd Moon Mission This Weekend
- LightSail 2 Beams 1st Photos Home from Orbit! How to Track the Little Satellite.
- Telescope Teamwork Reveals Gas Dwarf Planet's Atmosphere
- Accurately Forecasting the Weather on Mars and Titan
- The Moon was Pummeled Even Harder by Asteroids Than it Looks
- Astronomers See Carbon-Rich Nebulae Where Planets are Forming
- ExoMars Will be Drilling 1.7 Meters to Pull its Samples From Below the Surface of Mars
- Finally an Answer to why Gamma Rays are Coming From Seemingly Empty Space
- Astronaut Blood and Urine Could Help Build Structures on the Moon
- Perseverance has Already Detected Over 300 Dust Devils and Vortices on Mars
- Astronauts Have Used Bacteria to Extract Useful Metals out of Rocks
- If Aliens Are Out There, We’ll Meet Them in a Few Hundred Million Years
- Something big Just hit Jupiter!
- SpaceX Launches Four Civilians to Space with Inspiration4!
- Cosmic Rays Erode Away All But the Largest Interstellar Objects
- Here’s How to Watch Inspiration4 Blast off on Wednesday.
- A 6-Year Search of the Outer Solar System Turns up 461 new Objects
- Why is James Webb Traveling to the Launch Site by Boat and not an Airplane?
British Astronomical Association
- Rare outburst of the dwarf nova LL And
- Observer's Challenge - September’s Thin Moon
- BAA Autumn Webinar - Sat 4th Sep - Stellar wind bow shock
- ASTEROID OBSERVING CAMPAIGNS FOR 2021-22
- VSS Circular 189, September 2021
- Eclipsing Binary Observing Guide
- Eruption of the Recurrent Nova RS Oph
- Unusual Asteroid appears with a comet-like tail
- Observer's Challenge - Five outer planets in one night
- BAA Summer Webinar Today
- BAA Observers’ Challenge: Occultation of a star by Saturn and its rings on 2021 June 27/28
- Bright nova in Hercules
- BAA Summer Webinars
- The Future of the Courtyard Societies at Burlington House
- Partial Solar Eclipse 10 June 2021: viewing it safely