Leicester Astronomical Society

NEXT MEETING:

TUES APRIL 25
Metal detecting by Dr Julian Onions, Nottingham University
What are metals to an astronomer, how do they get made,
and what can they tell us about the history of the universe
in terms of stars and galaxies?

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE APRIL 25 MEETING WILL HELD IN THE SHUTTLE SUITE

7.30pm, National Space Centre

 

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Penumbral eclipse by James Coleman

Penumbral eclipse by James Coleman

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NEXT MEETING:
TUES APRIL 25
Metal detecting by Dr Julian Onions, Nottingham University
What are metals to an astronomer, how do they get made,
and what can they tell us about the history of the universe
in terms of stars and galaxies?

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE APRIL 25 MEETING WILL HELD IN THE SHUTTLE SUITE

7.30pm, National Space Centre

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COLOURED CLOUDS SEEN FROM LEICESTER, 1 FEB 2016

COLOURED CLOUDS SEEN FROM LEICESTER, 1 FEB 2016

By on 1st February 2016

Photos here from Paul Cooke, Steve Louth and Rob Hayes (in Lancashire)

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Astronaut visit: 25 March 2017 http://spacecentre.co.uk/event/don-thomas/

By on 12th February 2017

The Moon over the National Space Centre by James Coleman

The Moon over the National Space Centre

By on 16th September 2016

Taken by James Coleman after the 13 Sep 2016 meeting. Nice one, James!

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THE SUN by Mike Kirby, 10 Feb 2016.

By on 10th February 2016

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LAS Members at ‘Stargazing Live’ at the National Space Centre, January 15, 2016

By on 20th January 2016