Indoor meetings every 3rd Monday of the month in the Methodist rooms, Chipping Norton 7.30 for an 8pm start
“Constellations: From Mythology to Modern Day”
The Rector of South Kilworth - a talk by Mike Frost From 1817 to 1847 the Rector of South Kilworth, South Leicestershire, was the Reverend William Pearson. He was also the co-founder of the Royal Astronomical Society, and his portrait hangs in the council room of the RAS. From his observatories in the village, Pearson carried out decades of observational astronomy, which were published in "Practical Astronomy", the leading astronomical textbook of the early nineteenth century. This talk tells the…
A Zoom meeting by invitation ( email from Chairman Robin Smitten ) for members only. Dr. Susanne P. Schwenzer - Senior Lecturer - Open University - An update on Curiosity and the Perseverence Mars missions
Neil Havard of the Cotswold Astronomical Society. "Death of a Famous Star: Will Betelgeuse go Supernova soon?"
Zoom meeting : 'Observing Galaxy Clusters'
Zoom meeting: ' Surveying The Sky For Radio Galaxies'
Oxford Earth Sciences - title tba
Zoom meeting: 'On Board the ISS'
Monday June 21st - CNAAG monthly Zoom meeting . Guest speaker Roy Alexander FRAS BSc and Director of Learning at the Battlesteads Dark Sky Obsevatory.'Hunting For Aurorea' 7pm for a 7.30 start
'The Anatomy of the Milky Way'