Cambridge Astronomical Association
(CAA)
&
Cambridge Young Astronomers
(CYA)

 


Zoomcast

The Night Sky Live with Moonwatch session2
Friday 25th September 2020
Start time : 20:00

Speaker : Paul and Brian




The Night Sky Live

and MoonWatch

From the comfort of your own home!

Your presenters will be Paul Fellows and Brian Lister

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The event will be run live by Zoom - see below for how to join.


Paul will open the meeting, presenting from the comfort of his home observatory with a short talk about the plan for the evening.

This will be followed, by remote observing of the Stars, Planets, Moon and other objects viewed through Paul's 14-inch telescope with camera linked to the internet.

The dedicated Moonwatch session will be narrated by Brian with his encyclopaedic knowledge of the Moon, its formation, history and exploration.

We will be joined by other members of the CAA who have worked to bring their observatories on line as well, so that we can go over to them for different views.


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Timetable and Programme of Events

  • 20:00 : Welcome and presentation of the plan for the evening

  • 20:05 : Moon Watch - narated by Brian Lister

  • 20:30 : Planet Watch - narated by Paul Fellows

  • 20:55 : Short break for refreshments

  • 21:00 : Viewing other targets from our remote observers

  • 21:30 : A short talk about the Moon as you have not seen it before

  • 22:00 : Rejoin us on Zoom for a chat

  • 22:30 : Meeting ends - go outside and see if you can spot for yourself!

and it is all absolutely free with no need to book!

If you have Zoom installed already then just click Join Event at the right time, or just a few minutes early.

Otherwise, to get Zoom - follow these instructions


About our speaker:

Brian is vice-chairman of the Cambridge Astronomical Society and has been the ever present motive force behind the society since its beginnings, organising the young astronomers programmes especially.

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