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  1. What's new in this club
  2. Thanks Tich thanks for the quick reply. Hopefully, I will see you again later in the year at Lucksall.
  3. Hi Mark can you move Central Midland stargazers please? Cheers
  4. You may have noticed that we have created a new heading, above the banner, called 'Clubs'. The plan is to move all the existing social groups and observatories to this new area. Currently there are 17 different groups some more active than others. You need to advise me, in this thread, whether you wish your social group to be moved, otherwise the group will be closed and archived. I look forward to hearing from someone within group for us to take necessary admin action.
  5. Glad you all enjoyed it. Regards Pete
  6. Thank you all at NLO, I had a great day with you yesterday :-)
  7. Adding First Light Optics and Astrograph and Barnstaple & Tiverton Astro Society to our list of attendees. Planitarium shows throughout the day. Displays by our member sections. Live metior detection. Guest speakers - details and tickets available at our website www.normanlockyer.com. Looking forward to seeing you all next weekend.
  8. It was just the other day that I've seen the London planetarium which was in Marlybone road London just near regents park has moved... Recently a journal which I've been visiting for a number of years said that the world's oldest planetarium is in America... Mmmm... The planetarium is a wonderful contribution for science and human sociology it is just a real shame there isn't more of them, it was probably one of the greatest wonders of being a child... The tent and the telescope will always be the strengths of science!
  9. thanks for letting me know about that Katen - we will definitely be popping in to see that!
  10. The Institute of Physics will be there with hands on experiments for children - make sure you take you son into their tent.
  11. New List Peak2Valley Instruments. Widescreen Centre Astronomy Now Spacerocks UCLAN CFDS SPA Galactic Garments Sidmouth Museum
  12. I have booked tickets for me and my 8yr old son, including a booking for Will Gater's talk on Alien Worlds - we are really looking forward to it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. This year the main marquee is going to be larger, and will include both the traders, our own imaging group and visiting astronomical society displays. We still have space for a few more astronomical societies if anyone is interested.Widescreen CentreAstronomy NowSpacerocksUCLANCFDSSPAGalactic GarmentsSidmouth MuseumBrian Clegg, one of our speakers is having a table to sell his booksPete Lawrence another of our speakers is having table to promote his Aurora Flights Wells & Mendip Astro SocietyCrewkerne & District Astro Society
  14. SOUTH WEST ASTRONOMY FAIR August 9th 2014 SPEAKERS for 2014- 11:30-12:30h Brian Clegg - Before the Big Bang. 13.00-14:00h Prof. Paul Roche - Impacts from Space 14:30-15:30h Pete Lawrence - The Aurora 16:00-17:00h Will Gater - Alien Worlds:the extraordinary inhabitants of the Millky Way Booking now open at http://www.normanlockyer.com/astronomy%20fair%20visitors.html
  15. Also, we are open for National Astronomy week, Saturday 8th March http://212.113.128.232/~week/?event=our-moon
  16. Another course is being run next Saturday 18th January Places still available! Dave
  17. Hope you all had a good time, we would welcome feedback from those who attended Astro Fair on Saturday, please send me a private message if you wish to comment, I am one of the two organising Kates. Thank you.
  18. It'll be my first Astronomy fair, can't wait!
  19. Image of the week beginning June 30th Image of the Week The Wizard nebula by Ron Taylor
  20. Image of Image of the week beginning June 23rd. - NGC 6888 by Martin Page
  21. Image of the week beginning 16th June 2013 Image of the Week Notilucent Clouds by John Barrie-Smith
  22. Image of the week Beginning 8th June 2013 the sun by David Strange
  23. Image of the week beginning 2 June 2013 Crescent Nebula by Dave Jones
  24. Image of the week beginning 26th May Image of the Week The Network Nebula by John McLean
  25. Image of the week beginning 19th May Image of the Week The sun by Dave Jones
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