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Basic members are welcome to attend Lectures but will be charged a small fee.
Anastasia will be talking to us about
Barry returns for his second lecture, this time looking at Betelgeuse (a red supergiant), that is approximately 640 light years from Earth, the 2nd brightest star in the constellation of Orion, and could be the 9th brightest star in the night sky, it is predicted to explode & become a supernova within the next Million years (give or take) a week !!
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This event is not organised by the Society
Colin, author of :- “13 Journeys Through Space & Time”, amongst other titles, returns to us to talk about our nearest star (The Sun) and some of it’s greatest mysteries.
It’s that tine of the year folks,
Our very own men in brown coats, Messrs Floodgate & Grist bring you a quiz to exercise your chuckle mussels, make ewe smile, clean out the cobwebs from you‘re mind !, rattle a phew Brian cells (assuming we have any) !!!!.
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Stargazing At Hall Place
Weather permitting, we will be able to offer views of an 11 day old Moon in the constellation of Taurus
the constellations of Orion, & Gemini should also be visible
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