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Our inaugural meeting was on the 8th November 2010 and we officially formed in February 2011.
AAS holds monthly meetings with guest speakers.

All guests are welcome!
No knowledge necessary, just a curious mind.

We are able to provide assistance with setting up your telescope or just helping to find your way around the night sky.

AAS is able to host discussions on subjects as varied as Dark Energy through to 'How dark is your sky'.

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2014 Archive

2014

 

20th January 2014   :   Cosmology Study Group   :   Kevin Houston (Keith Williams)   :   Astrobiology

27th January 2014   :    AAS talk   :   Nick Busby   :   “Then & Now”, Robert Bell and the impacts of the Victorians on Astronomy and Cosmology

17th February 2014   :   Cosmology Study Group   :   John Mallett   :   “Light-what is it?”, including a demonstration of the Double-Slit experiment

24th February 2014   :   AAS talk   :   Prof Mike Disney, Cardiff   :   Galaxies and common sense cosmology

17th March 2014   :   Cosmology Study Group   :   Gavin Creyke   :   The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) Chile.

24th March 2014   :   The Abergavenny Astronomical Society AGM.

14th April 2014   :   Cosmology Study Group   :   Robert Gladstone   :   Gravitational Waves

28th April 2014   :   AAS talk   :   Dr Rhodri Evans, Cardiff   :   Mt Wilson Observatory, USA

12th May 2014   :   Cosmology Study Group  :  Kevin Houston   :   Spectra and Redshift

19th May 2014   :   AAS talk  :  Nick Busby   :   Imaging Solar system objects

16th June 2014   :   Cosmology Study Group  :  Sid Fewster   :  Dark Matter – an update:  looking at developments since we last covered this topic in 2012

23rd June 2014   :   AAS talk  :  David Thomas FRAS & Tony Pearce  :  Sunspots and other solar phenomena; what they are, what causes them and how do we know when we are in a period of maximum activity.

 15th September 2014   :   Cosmology Study Group  :  Nick Busby (for John Mallett)   :  The observation and use of cepheid variables and supernova for measuring the size of the universe.

29th September 2014   :   AAS talk  :  Martin Griffiths, Uni of S Wales  :  Our nearest stars.  :  Plus a practical – telescope observation from the car park.

13th October 2014   :   Cosmology Study Group  :  Tim von Pokorny  :  The formation of the solar system.

27th October 2014  :  AAS talk  :  Nick Busby  :  Twinkle Twinkle little star – a look at the life of stars, from their birth, through their varied lives and final, sometimes dramatic demise, using the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, and images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.

10th November 2014   :   Cosmology Study Group  :  

24th November 2014  :  AAS talk  :  Dr Rhodri Evans, Cardiff  :  Discovering the Cosmic Microwave Background – mistakes and missed opportunities.

8th December 2014  :  AAS Social evening with Usk AS and HoV AS.

 

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