All meetings are currently offered on Zoom for the vulnerable.
Astronomy catchup every Friday on Zoom at 7pm
Astronomy chat by experts and beginners with Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke society members.
Request login details from Gerry by text on 07510 444 630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
October 16th 2021 7pm
This will be a physical meeting in the hall with a remote guest speaker via ZOOM. Optional attendance by ZOOM is possible Request login details from Gerry by text on 07510 444 630 or email email@example.com
David Arditti – Observer and imager from light-polluted Outer London. Telescope and observatory enthusiast. My main current interest is imaging the Moon and planets in high-resolution, but I also dabble in solar, cometary and asteroid work, and take deep-sky images as well.
David will talk on The history of the Telescope
Remember we keep in touch through a Google Group, email news list, and Zoom.
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