Ken talked about how he was involved in lunar observations from the early years of the Society and with Patrick Moore.
He then discussed the now accepted way the moon was formed and it's history since formation, finally showing images of his favourite observing features and how they were formed and their composition.
There was a very lively discussion with questions following the well illustrated talk, which can be seen in the video.
As Sarah Rugheimer was unable to speak due to work commitments Ken volunteered at short notice to arrange a talk.
Ken is a regular speaker and long time member of the Society and has a long association with the BAA as co-ordinator for both aurora and noctilucent clouds. He has also had a long history of lunar observing and in his own words "Forgotton more about the moon than I care to remember in my passing years."
"Some of my favourite areas of the moon"