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any one frm bradford

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hi just wondering if there is any one from bradford or near to bradford so that we can meet up for observing/ exchange info i am going to join the

Welcome to Bradford Astronomical Society

to day and wsa also wondering if any one else is on this fourm is attending this club

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Hi,

yes I go there regularly. Was there last night too.:rolleyes:

Where were you? I was on right hand side, second to last row.

AlanB

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i was on the left hand side and i was also send to last row. i ll make it easier i was the only asian perosn there and i ddint get raffel ticket (. i really enjoyed the lec, tho i was directly behind the young lad who won the last prize the cd.

p.s

is there meeting this thursday i wish i get a text to say we can go out to view jupiter all depends the wheather. in the mean time i can read some i got today till the wheather clear up touch wood.

im really happy cz i got my book from Steve Richards "Making Every Photon Count" with a letter and autography with personl msg woahooooo. just got back from the central libraby with more books.

stargazing with telescop by robin scagell

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skywatching the ultimate guide to the universe by david levy

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bbc wonders of the solar systempro brian cox and andrew cohen

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I'm on the edge of Baildon Moor. Any suggestions as to the darker areas around here from those who know would be appreciated.

Regards

Andrew

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I go to the Keighley meetings at the college star centre once a month :) it's quite weird seeing something so close to home on these forums!

Edit: There're a lot of places round here because of the country side...the only problem is these places are also popular with kids/young adults in cars getting up to no good... ;)

Sent from a Galaxy S 2 far away.

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Does anyone have any details about the meetings at the college Star Centre?

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Sorry oly2b, i have a pm from you i never replied to!

Just checked my emails and this months meeting is on wednesday the 29th. All they ask is people pool in £3 each month to help with the rent.....they're having a hard enough time from the 'powers that be' trying to keep the place open as it is, and the tutor donates his own time, no pay.. Really cool guy.

Keighley seems only interested in hair dressing and beauty (looking orange..) it's quite bad when you see how much of the college is dedicated to that :)

Sent from a Galaxy S 2 far away.

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I know - I used to work at the old Keighley College, at the Harold Town Site and I know the old Star Centre.

What time are meetings?

Craig

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