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Lincoln Astronomical Society will be 60 years old in October. To celebrate this, we are opening our facility to the public for three evening lectures. These will take place at 23 Westcliffe Street, off Burton Road in Lincoln with a 7-30pm start time. 
 
Thursday 3rd October- Dr Phil Sutton- Lincoln University-‘What do we really know about the Outer Solar System?’

Friday 4th October-Martin Lewis is coming from St.Albans  His subject is ‘Planetary Imaging with a Dobsonian Telescope’. Martin’s planetary images show amazing detail and all taken from the UK.  

Saturday 5th October- Dr Pauline Norris is an Egyptologist with an interest in archaeo-astronomy and is coming from mid Wales to talk on ‘Astronomy of the ancient Egyptians’.  She is returning from Egypt on the 3rd. 
 
Entry is free but donations are welcome. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. 
Contact phil@lincolnastronomy.org for more information. 

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