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29th March @ 7:30 - LDAS Talk 'Into The Darkness Shining The Light' by Paul Money

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Paul Money is doing a talk entitled 'Into The Darkness Shining The Light' at Letchworth & District Astronomy Society, 29th March 7:30pm start.

Full details on the LDAS website. Non-members are welcome.

If you've never been to a talk by Paul Money you're in for a treat - he is a very entertaining, informative and enthusiastic speaker - well worth going to see :)

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Reminder - this talk is on Wednesday in Letchworth - Paul is a superb and passionate speaker, highly recommended!

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As anticipated an excellent, interesting and empassioned talk by Paul Money tonight - looking forwards to the next one!

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