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Fordingbridge Astronomers - 21st May - Variable Stars - Why are amateur observations important? by John Mallett

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Variable Stars - Why are amateur observations important? by John Mallett

Variable stars are those that vary in brightness. This can be for a number of reasons, each of which teaches us more about how stars work or interact with each other. The work of amateur astronomers in monitoring them has always been valued by the wider astronomical community. John will show us why this is and how we can contribute if we so wish.

19:30 on Tuesday 21st May at the St Ives Club, School Lane, St Ives, Ringwood, Hants, BH24 2PF.

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