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Wednesday September 9th at 8:00pm on Zoom Roger O’Brien “The James Webb Space Telescope
After completion of an independent review, a new launch date for the James Webb Space Telescope has been announced: 30 March 2021. "The James Webb Space Telescope is the most ambitious and complex astronomical project ever built, and bringing it to life is a long, meticulous process.” Roger, who is the President of our club and one time bank clerk, will tell us in his own inimitable style, what benefits this project will bring to the astronomy community.
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Comet Neowise Photographed by Martin Weston July 2020
Comet Neowise Photographed by Richard Sheppard July 2020
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Comet Neowise Photographed by Matthew Marston July 2020
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Membership details: £20 per year* Non-members £3.50 first 3 meetings then annual membership subscription due pro rata for remaining meetings. Free to under 18s and full time students. Proof of status may be required. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Next Meeting
Want to come but not a member?  Just click here Want to come but not a member?  Just click here
Wednesday September 9th at 8:00pm on Zoom Roger O’Brien “The James Webb Space Telescope
After completion of an independent review, a new launch date for the James Webb Space Telescope has been announced: 30 March 2021. "The James Webb Space Telescope is the most ambitious and complex astronomical project ever built, and bringing it to life is a long, meticulous process.” Roger, who is the President of our club and one time bank clerk, will tell us in his own inimitable style, what benefits this project will bring to the astronomy community.
Guests welcome
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