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November – Intro to Spectroscopy

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November – Intro to Spectroscopy

Thursday 29th Nov – Making Rainbows. Beginner’s guide to spectroscopy, Hugh Allen. A delightful blend of practical spectroscopy and inspirational examples of what can be achieved as a keen hobbyist and a bit of practice. Hugh has been breaking starlight into its component parts for many years checking the work of professional scientists and working…

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Pint and a Planet at the Packhorse Inn

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Pint and a Planet at the Packhorse Inn

Date: Thursday 6th December at the Packhorse Inn, Old School Hill, South Stoke, Bath. Time: 8:00pm until closing. The General Manager, James, of the Packhorse Inn has been kind enough to invite us back to use the garden of the pub to set up telescopes and show the clientele the Autumn skies above Somerset. All are…

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Pint and a Planet at the Packhorse

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Pint and a Planet at the Packhorse

Date: Sunday 11th November at the Packhorse Inn, Old School Hill, South Stoke, Bath. Time: 7:30pm until closing. We have postponed from Thursday 8th to Sunday 11th November due to weather forecast. The General Manager, James, of the Packhorse Inn has been kind enough to invite us back to use the garden of the pub to…

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Monthly Meeting for October

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Monthly Meeting for October

The second meeting of the Bath Astronomers this fresh season is to take place on Thursday 25th October at 7:30pm. The venue this month is going to be the Star Vault in the Herschel Museum of Astronomy at 19 New King Street. This month Simon Holbeche is going to give us a guide to comets….

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Meteors and Misconceptions: Teacher CPD

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Meteors and Misconceptions: Teacher CPD

A free CPD workshop for teachers and educators as part of World Space Week to inspire colleagues in developing children’s understanding of Space. We invite you to come to explore different ways to address common space education misconceptions and gain insight on different teaching activities and approaches. The workshop runs from 4 to 5.30 pm on Wednesday…

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