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I think that would be good Will, as I'd like to learn the basics and be shown how to set up something simple that can at least be used in all weathers, made up of baked bean tins and string!

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+1 for some Radio astronomy workshop / talks from me as well.

I'd also like some Pixinsight workshops - pretty please :)

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Excellent, yes, a simple beginners guide to radio astronomy that you can attempt at home with a baked bean can, a ball of string and some sticky back plastic to produce an image that shows the event horizon a little more clearly is what I’m after!

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3 hours ago, Grant said:

 

I'd also like some Pixinsight workshops - pretty please :)

+1 for Pixinsight please.

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I'd like a spectroscopy session if possible 😊

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I have some experience of Radio Astronomy from my Uni days, would be very interested if you're doing a talk on it :) I would love to try it out again one day

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I would of course be most willing to run an astrology workshop, as everyone knows that astronomy and astrology are the same thing. 🤪🤪🤪

*Ducks and runs*

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2 hours ago, lulu57 said:

I would of course be most willing to run an astrology workshop, as everyone knows that astronomy and astrology are the same thing. 🤪🤪🤪

*Ducks and runs*

Get yourself a little tent and a crystal ball and you could do some fortune telling :grin:

Dave

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Chances are even the crystal ball would just be cloudy.....!!

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Cross my palm with a bottle of Prosecco and I'll be happy to provide the future vision of your choice! 😉

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Booked Thursday to Thursday. Hopefully the scope will actually get some use this year. 

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Its not entirely unlikely that I might be there for the weekend, although I do not have any of my astro kit any more. The best I have is my stablised binos :) (Its been a while)

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29 minutes ago, SteveL said:

Its not entirely unlikely that I might be there for the weekend, although I do not have any of my astro kit any more. The best I have is my stablised binos :) (Its been a while)

 :hello2::hello2:

<Helen adds extra chocolate cake to the packing list 😋>

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1 hour ago, SteveL said:

Its not entirely unlikely that I might be there for the weekend, although I do not have any of my astro kit any more. The best I have is my stablised binos :) (Its been a while)

Steve it would be good to see you again

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