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Oct
6
Fri
2017
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Oct 6 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Oct
18
Wed
2017
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Oct 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Nov
3
Fri
2017
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Nov 3 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Nov
15
Wed
2017
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Nov 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Dec
1
Fri
2017
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Dec 1 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Dec
20
Wed
2017
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Dec 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Jan
5
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Jan 5 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Jan
17
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Jan 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Feb
2
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Feb 2 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Feb
21
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Feb 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Mar
2
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Mar 2 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Mar
21
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Mar 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Apr
18
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Apr 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

May
4
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
May 4 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

May
16
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
May 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Jun
1
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Jun 1 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Jun
20
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Jun 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Jul
6
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Jul 6 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Jul
18
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Jul 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Aug
3
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Aug 3 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Aug
15
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Aug 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Sep
7
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Sep 7 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Sep
19
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Sep 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Oct
5
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Oct 5 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Oct
17
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Oct 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Nov
2
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Nov 2 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Nov
21
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Nov 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Dec
7
Fri
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Dec 7 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)

Dec
19
Wed
2018
Newbury Astronomical Society Beginners Meeting @ St Mary's Church Hall, Greenham
Dec 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – BEGINNERS SECTION

This is an informal and friendly monthly event for beginners to the hobby of astronomy.

The meetings are open to everyone of all ages (children must be accompanied by and adult).

No advanced knowledge is required all talks are pitched at the introduction to astronomy level.

Observing with telescopes outside if the sky is clear.

Refreshments are provided at no extra costs.

Jan
4
Fri
2019
Newbury Astronomical Society – Speaker Evening @ Mencap Centre, Newbury, RG146AT
Jan 4 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

NEWBURY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY – SPEAKER EVENING

An evening with first class speakers on astronomical related themes.

A friendly and sociable evening of expert talks set at a non-expert level.

Programme of Speakers:
6th October 2017          ExoMars 2016 & 2020, PanCam and Roving on Mars
Craig Leff (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
3rd November 2017     The Discovery of Gravitational Waves
Justin Greenhalgh (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
3rd December 2017     Our Galactic Neighbourhood
Owen Brazell (Webb Society)

5th January 2018         13 Journeys Through Space and Time
Colin Stuart (Science & astronomy author)
2nd February 2018      The Geology of the Moon: What can we learn from the Apollo Samples?
Dr Louise Alexander (Birkbeck, University of London)
2nd March 2018           Great Comets and Great Disappointments
Nick James (BAA Comet Section Director)
23rd March 2018         Future projects at RAL Space
(not 7th April)               Dr Chris Pearson (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
4th May 2018                Members’ Evening – My Favourite Telescope
1st June 2018                The Atmospheric Jet Stream
Dr Roger Brugge (Reading University)