Long Eaton Astronomical Society – The Tissint Meteorite

On Thursday 1st March The Long Eaton Astronomical Society will meet for the first time. We are very pleased that Graham Ensor is able to join us to give a talk on the Tissint meteorite recently confirmed to have come from Mars. This will be followed by an observing session in the observatory. If the weather is kind we may be able to catch a glimpse of the planet Mars itself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Tissint meteorite.

The meeting will begin at 6pm, if you would like to attend please email the observatory to book your places.

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An astronomical observatory at The Long Eaton School, scheduled to open in early 2012
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2 Responses to Long Eaton Astronomical Society – The Tissint Meteorite

  1. Tim Gordon says:

    Only just found out about this! ( looking through the Long Eaton Extra mag.)
    What a fantastic facility I am really impressed.
    I would love to come along if thats ok.
    I am not an astronomer but am interested in whats going on science in general.

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