Get your free website from Spanglefish


We reached our 100th member in 2012 and we were twinned with Dunedin in NZ. The Internet connection for the observatory was finally established and a new and larger monitor was bought using funding from Lifescan. Unfortunately, a sensor on the LX200R stopped working so had to be sent south for repair in a box made by members. Dr. Caroline Smith from the Natural History Museum spoke about meteorites as part of an open meeting.

Click for Map WikanikoWork from Home
sitemap | cookie policy | privacy policy | accessibility statement