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Next meeting 7pm Thursday 25th February – Observing nebulae

This Thursday Martin Griffiths will give a talk on Observing Nebulae.  Many of you will know Martin from his long association with the Society and the many excellent talks he has given in the past.

There are many forms of nebulae, some easy to spot, others more difficult. In this lecture Martin will explore the best ones to observe and recommend some challenges for the observer and give guidance on instrumentation in order to maximise one’s chances of seeing these wonderful objects.

Topic: Astronomy Society meeting
Time: Feb 25, 2021 07:00 PM London

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