Previous speakers at our monthly meeting;
Melanie Davies - Titan: A Candidate For Evolution
Peter Fishenden - The Development of the Telescope
Lillian Hobbs - Eise Eisinga, the planetarium in the Bedroom
John Davies (Society Chairman) - Solar Observing
Roy Easto (Croydon Astronomical Society) - Colliding Neutron Stars
Prof. Alan Aylward - Arorae on earth & other planets
Graham Bryant (Hampshire Astronomical Group) - Sun, Sea & Smoke
Tony Roberts (Chairman Croydon Astronomical Society) - Astronomical Oddities, Strange Observations, Strange Mistakes & Strange Astronomers
James Fradgely (Wessex Astronomical Society) - Life in the Universe
Melanie Davies FRAS - The Pleiades
Stephen Tonkin FRAS - Ten Ways The Universe Tries To Kill You!
Peter Fishenden (Society Members) - Solar and Lunar Eclipses.
Will Joyce (Society President) - A whistle stop tour of the universe.
Graham Bryant (Hampshire Astronomical Group) - A guide to Astro Photography.
Dr Iocopo Vivarelli - Discoveries at the Large Hadron Collider.
Prof. Carl Murray - The Cassini mission to Saturn: The end of an era.
Dr David Bacon - Probing the dark universe with next generation telescopes.
Dr Lilian Hobbs - The armchair Messier Marathon
Dr Lilian Hobbs - An Astronomers "Wish You Were Here"
Prof. Louise Harra (Mullard Space Science Laboratory) - Solar Observing
Peter Fishenden (Society Member) - 50 Years of Moon Missions.
John Davies (Society Member - Sunspots: Why do they shine so darkly?
James Fradgley (Wessex Astronomical Society) - A trio of talks.
Oliver Price (Mullard Space Science Laboratory) - The Rosetta Mission.
Keith Brackenborough (Eastbourne Astronomical Society) - The Royal Greenwich Observatory Herstmonceux: Its Rise & Fall.
Alan Drummond (Croydon Astronomical Society) - Helium.
Peter Fishenden (Society Member) - The Space Telescope.
Roy Easto (Croydon Astronomical Society) - The Cassini Mission.
Will Joyce (Society President) - A whistle stop tour of the solar system.
George Hurrion (Society Member) - Atmospheric Optics.
Graham Bryant - The Northern Lights.
Anne Moore (Society Member) - The Jantar Mantar Observatory.
Dr David Whitehouse - A New Way Of Seeing.
Jerry Day (society member) - Astronomical symbols on ancient coins.
James Fradgley (Wessex Astronomical Society) - Discs around stars and in galaxies
Peter Fishenden (society member) - Venus, the goddess of love.
Tom Melvin - Galaxy Zoo
Peter Fishenden - The Transit of Mercury
Roy Easto (Croydon Astronomical Society) - The Genesis of the Moon
Will Joyce (formerly at Herstmonceux) - The Astronomy of the Moon
Dr Robert Smith (Society President) - Supernovae Society AGM
Peter Fishenden (Member) - Hubble and Beyond - Part 2 Christmas Party
Dr David Whitehouse - His new book 'The Rainbow and Astronomy'
Peter Fishenden (Member) - Hubble and Beyond 8pm Jerry Workman BSc, FRAS - Mars Rover
Bob Turner - Black Holes
Alan Drummond (Crawley Astronomical Society) - Globular Clusters
James Fradgley (Wessex Astronomical Society) - Impacts on Earth - Large and Small
Peter Fishenden (Member) - Brother Bernardin's Astronomical Clock
Bob Turner - George Ellery Hale
Kim Birkett PhD (Mullard SSL) - Update on the Rosetta Mission
Ann Moore (Member) - Lady Astronomers Mike Feist (Member) - Comet Observing
Roy Easto (Croydon Astronomical Society) - Past and Future Space Missions
AGM and Professor Robert Smith (FTA President) - The Changing Face of the Sun
Members Contributions and "Christmas Goodies"
Dr David Whitehouse - His new book 'Journey to the Centre of the Earth'
John Skelton (Member) - The Solar System
Guy Hurst (Editor of The Astronomer magazine) - Comets: Ancient and Modern
Jerry Workman BSc, FRAS - Mars Rover
Dr Christopher Arridge (Mullard SSL) - The Plumes of Enceladus
James Fradgley (Wessex Astronomical Society) - Calendars, Cultures and Clocks
Dr Robin Gorman (Guildford Astronomical Society) - Our Vital Moon
Doug Bateman - The Restoration of the Time Ball at Greenwich
Kim Birkett PhD (Mullard SSL) - An update on Comet ISON
Bob Turner (Worthing) - Why the Solar System looks the way it does
Dr Robert Smith (President) - The History of Constellations
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