Video Links
13/03/2020 Britton Smith. Cosmic dawn ; the first stars and galaxies Link Here
28/02/2020 Tribute to Dr. Dave Gavine by Bill Samson & Ken Kennedy Link Here
14/02/2020 Joachim Harnois-Deraps. Mapping dark matter with millions of galaxies Link Here
24/01/2020 Juan Hernandez Santisteban. Echo mapping of super massive black holes Link Here
25/01/2020 Alan Clitherow. Solar Imaging Link Here
23/11/2020 Nick Rowell - GAIA, Data Release 2 Update. Link Here
9/11/2020 Vanessa Smer-Barreto.  A History of Dark Energy Link Here
26/10/2020 Hazel Collet. The Beauty and Violence of the Sun Link Here
12/10/2020 Will B Joy. Finding Space Rocks Link Here
26/01/2020 Alan Clitherow.  Basic Deep Sky Imaging Link Here
24/11/2017 Bill Sampson (DAS) - Jodrell Bank Visitor Centre Link Here
10/3/2017 David Paterson. Astronomy and the art of navigation Link Here
23/02/2017 Colin Steele. Horseshoes on Saturn Link Here
10/02/2017 Indranil Batik. Thinking Outside the Dark Matter Box Link Here
27/01/2017 Martin Hendry. Powers of sixty Link Here
13/01/2017 Alan Clitherow. "Basic Planetary Imaging" Link Here
Due to the Corona/Covid restrictions we have held a few Zoom meetings in 2020 & 2021
12/02/2021 Pete Kuzma, Royal Observatory, Edinburgh :
“The Great Galactic Graveyard of the Milky Way”
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26/01/2021 Matteo Cataneo, Royal Observatory, Edinburgh :
“Cosmic dissonance: A tale of two universes”
Link Here
27/11/2020 Stephanie Campbell, University of St Andrews :
“Measuring the Invisible: Shining a Light on Dark Matter in Galaxies”
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13/11/2020 Matjaz Vidmar, Royal Observatory, Edinburgh : “Satellite Data and (Trans)Planetary Ecology: How Space is Changing our World-view?” Link Here
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Links to pages with embedded YouTube Videos
Please note some videos are still not available on YouTube but can be found on the Friday meetings pages.
See second table below for links.
Meetings with Videos embedded on page.
22.02.2019 Members evening
Bill Samson with a look at the Gaia website and how he was processing data.
Alan Clitherow took us on a quick photo tour of a Rosetta Exhibition in France
Richard Lersky discussed problems with Plate Solving for observatory operations.
Jim Cook Gave us a look at some images he had taken of the moon and a bit of gravity defying he had witnessed.
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10.01.2020 Members Evening
Campbell-White discussed his work on Emission Line Tomography, and HOYS-CAPS citizen science.

Alan Clitherow showed some planetary images, followed by a few of deep sky objects, demonstrating what can be achieved with your gear.
Ken Kennedy showed images taken with his DSLR camera mounted on a Star Adventurer. Unfortunately the camcorder card filled up before Ken had finished, so apologies to Ken ad a slap on the wrist for Tony for not emptying the card of last seasons movies!  Ken followed with a few exellent lunar images he had taken from a light polluted street
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