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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 !!
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.
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The search for life in the universe
Perhaps we will be discussing Exo Bodies, with regard to atmospheres, that may support various forms of life
The Art, Science and Culture of the Moon
Is the title of Dr Massey’s book, that he co wrote with, Dr Alexandra Locke of Sussex University
looking at the Moon, From its violent birth through to the Space Race and beyond