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Next Monthly Meeting:Tuesday

3rd August 2021


Monthly Club Meetings

Open to HAS Members, Affiliated Club Members, and First-Time Visitors

 

This Tuesday, 7th September 2021 - Zoom Meeting*
Room Opens: 7:15pm

Main meeting Starts: 7:30

 

Have you ever considered building, coding, and operating your own 24 hour / 7 day All Sky Camera and giving everyone access to its amazing views?  A year ago, our very own Eric Walker got so frustrated with the COVID restrictions that he decided to challenge himself and did exactly that!

You've all seen some of the wonderful images & time-lapses of meteors, fireballs, coloured stars, planets, the Milky Way, constellations, ISS, satellites, "UFOs", star trails, Keograms (yes ... that's a thing), aeroplanes, rescue helicopters, Henrietta the Spider, and even the rarely observed "Cat's Head Nebula".

Eric is going to take you through his journey of learning & discovery and describe his trials & tribulations and his ultimate success at building & operating this versatile piece of kit.  Perhaps it might even encourage you to build one for yourself?

 

 

 

The programme is -

- Chairman’s Chat

- Main Talk then Q&A

- Club News (incl. astropics, targets of the month)

- Club Q&A

 

Hope to see you there.

 

This meeting is being held on Zoom and if you are a non-member and wish to attend please use the Contact option just below the banner and we will get the Zoom link details to you.

You can easily contact us on FB, Messenger, or via our CONTACT menu button on this website.


 

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