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Next meeting Thursday 10th December 2020 at 7pm

The next meeting will be on Thursday 10th December and will we hear Bob Wright from Usk Society deliver the second part of his talk on exoplanets.  All welcome, start time is 7pm by Zoom.  The link to the meeting can be found below.  This will work for just about any internet connected device and you do not need to have Zoom installed on your device as it will work in an internet browser such as Chrome or Edge.  If you get a message saying the pop-up was blocked when you try to start it just click on “allow”.

Topic: Astronomical Society Meeting, Exoplanets part 2
Time: Dec 10, 2020 07:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82944295927?pwd=Mk04L2dIY1c0V1F3RTE4NVlvazA2UT09

Meeting ID: 829 4429 5927
Passcode: 431755

There will also be a meeting the following week on Thursday 17th at 7pm, to avoid confusion the link for that meeting will be published later.  The meeting on the 17th will be the Mike Thomas Lecture.  For those not familiar with this event Mike was a founding member of the Usk Astronomical Society and passed away a few years ago.  A talk is arranged each year before Christmas in his memory.  The talk will be remembering another old friend – the Arecibo Observatory which very recently collapsed catastrophically.  This observatory had be operating for 57 years and made many breakthrough discoveries.  This talk, presented by Nick Busby, will look back over its illustrious history.  Unfortunately, this year you will have to supply your own mince pies!

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