7:30pm; Upstairs in the Hen & Chicks, Abergavenny
This month we will have a number of different, short topics.
First, as we haven’t had an AGM for 3 years it is felt that we should have one now. Not much has happened since COVID so it shouldn’t be long and it does give the opportunity for attendees to ask questions and make suggestions. Shouldn’t take more than 30 mins (hopefully)
After that Tony Parton-Frost will give a talk on the amateur astronomer Patrick Moore CBE, celebrating 100 years since his birth.
Next we can explore the ESA and NASA missions to Jupiter’s moons, the Juice mission was launched on the 14th April. We can discuss what the objectives are and why Jupiter’s moons.
Lastly, if we have time, Nick will outline the sky in May and what we might see at this time of year.
Anyone interested is welcome so come along and have your input or just listen. We are not even charging at the moment!