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Meetings this Friday and Saturday 19/20th December


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Our next INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY evening will be held this Friday 19th December 2014 from 7:30 pm onwards at The Friends Meeting House, St. Helens Street, Derby, DE1 3GY. DDAS member John Brown will be talking about how to sketch objects seen through the telescope. If you need help and advice with a telescope or binoculars then why not bring them along to the meeting and a member of the society will try to help. If it's clear the meeting will shift outside and there will be an opportunity to look through a telescope from the back garden of The Friends Meeting House, or feel free to bring and use your own. The idea of these introductory meetings is to allow people more time to have their questions about astronomy answered and discuss things at a greater length than at our 'main' meetings. There is a collection which helps pay for the rental of the Friend's Meeting House which is £1 for members and £3 for non-members.


 


Weather permitting our NEXT OBSERVING SESSION will be held on Saturday 20th December 2014 from 7:30 pm onwards at the Society's Flamsteed Observatory. A variety of telescopes will be available, including the Society's 10" Newtonian under the dome as well as any that may be brought along by members. New people are always welcome and you can even bring your own scope! If you would like more details please email Mike Lancaster .


 


http://www.derbyastronomy.org/


 


 


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