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13 November, Leeds - Astromeet 2010

Leeds Astromeet 2010

Leeds AS Annual Convention. Lectures by eminent speakers ;

The Clothworkers Hall and Foyer, School of Music, Leeds Universityworkers Hall and Foyer, School of Music, Leeds University
13 November. 9-30 am (Entry Charge)

email info@leedsastronomy.org.uk;

more info at www.leedsastronomy.org.uk
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26 October, Leicester - Great Explosions

This just received from the University of Leicester:

Great Explosions

Professorial inaugural lecture by Professor Richard Willingale on Tuesday 26 October

In his inaugural lecture, Professor Willingale, of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, at the University of Leicester, will describe his encounters with the really great explosions in the Universe.

Professor Willingale said: “Explosions are not only destructive but, paradoxically, also constructive. The really big explosions in the Universe are a copious source of ...
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20 October, Derby - The real science of extra-terrestrial life

This just received from the University of Derby...

Are Aliens Among The Stars?

Is there anybody out there – and if so, will it be possible to talk to them?

These are the intriguing questions raised by the speaker for this year’s Flamsteed Lecture, to be held at the University of Derby on Wednesday October 20 (2010).

The annual free public University event is named after the 17th century Derbyshire scientist and Britain's first Astronomer ...
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Baker Street Irregular Astronomers, 13 October, Regent's Park, London

Baker Street Irregular Astronomers are holding an observing session in Regent's Park on 13 Oct.

http://on.fb.me/bshjtO


Birmingham Sounds of Space

Birmingham has all the best events! After the brilliant astronomy day as part of the Science Festival, we next get Sounds of Space, with two talks, one on aliens, the other on space tourism. You can find out more at www.thsh.co.uk the events are the 7th and 9th October. Can't wait!
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4 October, Adur, Sussex - Dr David Whitehouse

The Adur Astronomical Society, Sussex, have invited Dr David Whitehouse, well know most Astronomers to give a talk on Monday 4th October at 7.30pm

Entitled: Space- The next 50 years.

For venue and further details http://www.adur-astronomical.com
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Star Party West Sussex

Hi all,

I have access to a dark site in West Sussex and I'm trying to organise a star party. If your in the area and are interested in attending please leave a message on here, or PM me with your name and email.

Thanks
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The Astronomy Show Birmingham

We are starting a new astronomy show in Birmingham, Its in April of next year and will feature retailers, A planetarium, stalls for societies as well as guest speakers etc

More details can be found here SHOW

cheers

Steve
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Free lectures in London, Oct-April by Prof Ian Morison

Gresham College Astronomy Lectures by Ian Morison Gresham Professor of Astronomy Black Holes - no need to be afraid! Wednesday 27th October 2010, 1pm, Museum of London EC2 Black Holes seem to have a bad press that is largely undeserved. The lecture will explain what Black Holes are, how we can discover them even through they cannot be seen and how Stephen Hawking has shown that they are not totally black! ...
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The astronomy show Birmingham 2011

This show should be good with some fine speakers to boot. Makes a change from the London astrofest. Steveoid http://www.theastronomyshow.eu/
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