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Friday, 14 April 2017

[BAA-ebulletin 00973] Still some places for the Spring meeting in April - please book now

BAA electronic bulletin

Dear All

We still have some places for the Spring One Day Meeting on Saturday 2017
April 29 in Eastbourne.

If you are planning to come but have not booked yet, please book now as the
closing date is 20th April, *we will not be taking any bookings after this

The meeting is being held in The Birley Centre, Eastbourne, Essex, CM1 7ER.

Doors Open at 10:00 and the meeting will close at 18:00

*The theme of this meeting: -*

Planets in our solar system and beyond.

Talks will cover current and future planetary missions and how amateurs can
contribute, either by making observations from the ground or by analyzing
and processing data released into the public domain.

*Speakers will included: -*

Dr John Rogers – "Jupiter and the Juno mission"

Mr Michael Foulkes – "Amateur observations of Saturn"

Prof David Rothery – "Mercury: new insights into the Sun's closest planet"

Dr Guillem Anglada Escude – 'Proxima b, planets around red dwarfs and the
search for life beyond the Solar System'

Dr Eamonn Kerins – Exoplanet science in the era of many worlds

*Costs: -*

The cost tea & coffee for registration, lunchtime and afternoon tea £2.00
for BAA/EAS and affiliated society members, £4.00 for non-members and
accompanied children under 16. An optional buffet lunch is available for
£8.00 if booked in advance. Bookings can be made online or using the form
overleaf. We are advised by the local group that it is a good 10 minutes
into town where there are a number of cafes and sandwich places.

*Booking and for more information: -*

You can find more details on the BAA website
eastbourne2017 and will be available from the BAA office. Bookings can be
made on line via this link or you can book via post using the booking form
sent with your journal or via the office.

I am looking forward to seeing you there.

*Hazel Collett*
*Meetings Secretary For the British Astronomical Association*
*Burlington House*
*W1J 0DU*
*Tel: 07944 751277*

*Registered Charity No. 210769*

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