From July onwards until further notice, all presentations will be on Zoom.
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|September 17th||Dawn Mission to Vesta & Ceres, and what we learnt.||Rick (SAS)|
|October 1st||Enceladus: A potential genesis for life?||Rick (SAS)|
|October 15th||The orbit of Mercury||Edmund (SAS)|
|October 29th||The Strange Tale of Mercury & Vulcan||Edmund (SAS)|
|November 12th||Finding your way around the night sky||Rick (SAS)|
|November 19th||The Star of Bethlehem||Dr. Steve Barrett (Liverpool University)|
|December 3rd||The search for extra-terrestrial water||Rick (SAS)|
|January 7th||What does it take for anyone to be out there?||Rick (SAS)|
|January 21st||Astronomy in Botswana: Dark Skies and Bright prospects||Prof. Mike Bode (SAS President)|
|February 4th||Mars Today & in the Future||Edmund (SAS)|
|February 18th||The Great Moon Hoax||Dr. Steve Barrett (Liverpool University)|
|March 4th||HR diagram and the birth of stars||Rick (SAS)|
|March 18th||The Andromeda galaxy||Bob Mount (SAS)|
|April 15th||Dark Matter. Why is it dark? Why does it matter?||Dr. Steve Barrett (Liverpool University)|
|April 29th||Main sequence life of stars.||Rick (SAS)|
|May 13th||Leaving the Main sequence: Stars that rage rage against the dying of the light.||Rick (SAS)|
For details of public open days at the Victorian observatory in Hesketh Park, see our Joseph Baxendell and his Observatory page.