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Julian and James provide a talk on Double Stars. + Live views of Mars through C11 Telescope
Tonight we welcome Damian Peach to give the 2020 NAS Prestigious Lecture on High Resolution Astrophotography
Julian and James look the autumn constellations and the physics of them. Richard looks ahead to the Great Conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter on 21st December 2020
Dr Steve Barrett of the University of Liverpool delivers an excellent talk on the Hubble Space Telescope.
A live stream of telescope views of the Moon and Mars from a C11 Telescope
Live stream from the NAS observatory with views from a Celestron C14 and C11 telescopes
Dr Chris Arridge provides our September lecture on the Plumes of Enceladus
Callum Potter the Deep Sky Section Director of the British Astronomical Association gave a lecture on Deep Sky Astronomy.
Dr Nick Hewitt provides our Lecture for the August meeting on A Centenary of The Great Debate; How Harlow Shapley and Heber Curtis argued the size of the Universe
Alan Heath former NAS President talks about his life time of astronomical observations.
Followed by an update on Comet C/2020 F3 Neowise