Leader: Esther Richard
Contact: send an email by clicking on the carrier pigeon on this page
Meetings: Typically on a Thursday evening or occasionally at other times when weather permits scope usage or visits are planned. Members of the group will be notified of meetings by email and via this webpage.
On 23rd April, at 6 p.m., and as part of the OU’s 50th Anniversary year, there will be the first of a series of Open Talk lectures. The first inaugural talk will be shared by Andrew Norton and Simon Green. The venue will be the Berrill Lecture Theatre, Open University, Milton Keynes. Andrew Norton will speak on “The Clockwork Universe -adventures in time-domain astrophysics’ and Simon Green’s talk title is ‘Near-Earth Asteroids: A matter of Life and Death?” The event will be free of charge, but you need to book your place through Eventbrite, at the following link Book Here (
Please let me know (through the contact link on the website) that you have registered a place for yourself or yourself and others, so that car sharing can be organised and also let me know whether you would be prepared to offer a lift to other members.
The Astronomy group own a telescope, thanks to a grant from the Radlett Festival Committee, it will be available for use by the group and for the local community under supervision of the group. Telescope evenings will be arranged at short notice depending upon the weather and peoples availability and will be announced here and via eMail.
Keep an eye this web page for short notice announcements of telescope evenings and any other events.
If you would like to sign up for this group, contact the leader, Esther Richard, sign up at the next monthly meeting or to send an email, please click on the carrier pigeon, which is usually on the top right of the page. If you are using an iPad, tablet or phone to read this, it may be at the very bottom of the page..
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Northern Lights Time Lapse Video