The Whole Story — 13.8 Billion Years of Expansion and 100 Years of Science in Under an Hour with Professor Richard Easther.
Astrophotography Group August.
Cosmic X-ray Astronomy – Historic Milestones 1960 to 1980 With Chris Benton Observations of the universe in X-ray wavelengths with modern technologically advanced observatories is essential to understanding a […]
From my perspective as a team member, I recount the early days of The Supernova Cosmology Project which lead to the discovery of the accelerating Universe in 1998. I discuss the many observational challenges faced and reflect on lessons learned for ambitious projects in a skeptical community.
With Mars opposition coming up in mid October, Shaun Fletcher will explain his imaging and processing techniques for the planet Mars. We have postponed the Planetarium Spring Night Sky review. […]
The Andromeda Galaxy Halo – Discoveries from a recent study Our nearest large spiral galaxy, Andromeda, is surrounded by an immense halo of gas. Recently, a group of astronomers, using […]
This event has been rescheduled from the September Practical Astronomy night. This will be a Planetarium session where we will review the Spring Night Sky.
We will review and discuss all Mars images submitted here during the opposition and I will award the prize for the best. I will also lead a discussion over getting […]
This talk will cover Telescopes and Accessories along with their care and maintenance. Will include basic optical collimation and cleaning of optics. Weather permitting we will follow the Practical Astronomy […]