Monthly Archives: January 2013

Long Eaton Astronomical Society Meeting – Thursday 7th February 2013

We are pleased to welcome Dr Alan Wood who will be giving a talk about the Northern Lights next Thursday starting at 6pm. And here is the weather … from space! The Northern Lights are one of the most stunning natural phenomena in the … Continue reading

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Tonight’s event – Things that Go Bang in the Night

Tonight’s event is going ahead as planned. We will begin at 6pm with refreshments available from 5.45pm. There are places still available and everyone is welcome. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Things that … Continue reading

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Weather update

Unfortunately due to the weather conditions we have decided to cancel this afternoon’s staff and student lecture due to take place at 3pm. All events for tomorrow are currently scheduled to take place as planned. We will post another update tomorrow … Continue reading

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Andy Newsam’s Astro Tour comes to TLES

Next week we have Andy Newsam coming to visit us for three days as part of his Astro Tour. Andy Newsam is a Professor of Astronomy Education and Engagement at the Liverpool John Moores University and is also the director of the National Schools Observatory. During … Continue reading

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Stargazing Live 2013 Review

Our Stargazing Live activities this year began on Tuesday 8th January. During the day, students took part in an Apollo missions workshop and had the opportunity to examine lunar soil samples and meteorites on loan from the Natural History Museum. … Continue reading

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