Monthly Archives: June 2015

Long Eaton Astronomical Society Meeting 25th June

The next meeting of the Long Eaton Astronomical Society is on Thursday 25th June at the usual time of 6:30pm. Our talk for the evening will be lead by Mr M. Perkins of the school on the subject of Human … Continue reading

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Family Astronomy Club – June Meeting 24th 6pm – Pluto

The next meeting of the Family Astronomy Club is on Wednesday the 24th June 2015 at the start time of 6pm. This months topic will be Pluto. Come and learn more about the dwarf planet and the New Horizons mission … Continue reading

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MARSBalloon 2015 Update

Our 3 plucky space eggsplorers have completed their edge of space flight. There is however one small issue. They are currently up a tree on the edge of the Martin Down National Nature Reserve in the south of England awaiting … Continue reading

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MARSBalloon 2015 Eggsperiments.

Today saw our plucky Eggsplorers head off on their journey to the edge of space. The MARSBalloon project is a Thales UKĀ funded venture, run by young space engineers from Thales Alenia SpaceĀ UK, that will test student ideas for technologies that … Continue reading

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