Sunday 1st April 2018 - Radio Astronomy Group "Extra" Meeting

Hi Radio Astro folks, The next RAG meeting will be the "extra" monthly meeting at 10am on Sunday 1st April (yes really) so let me know if you are interested in coming along! IMPORTANT: Daylight savings finishes April 1st - if you forget (or…

Friday 23rd March 2018 - Braeden Borg: The Earth System: One Moon and Thousands of Artifical Satellites

8pm Friday 23rd March 2018 we have our own Braeden Borg, Avionics Test Engineer for the Melbourne Space Program, talking to us about "The Earth System: One Moon and Thousands of Artifical Satellites" The proliferation of technological endeavor…

Friday 16th March 2018 - Jacquie Milner - Space Weather: Part 2 - Geomagnetic Storms

8pm Friday 16th March we have our Jacquie Milner continuing her beginners talk introduction to space weather, this time on "Geomagnetic Storms". Last month we focused on the Sun and solar activity, but this month is all about what happens when…

Friday 9th March 2018 - Dr Duane Hamacher - Variable stars: their history and observation

8pm Friday 9th March we have our own Dr Duane Hamacher talking to us about "Variable stars: their history and observation": Variable stars are one of the most popular targets of amateur astronomical research. But what are variable stars? What…

Saturday 3rd March 2018 - Young Observers

Getting into space is hard work but the Falcon Heavy launch back in early February made it look easy. James got the younger Novae group to think about what rockets needed and didn’t need to fly before going outside to make their own bicarb…

Sunday 4th March 2018 - Radio Astronomy Group "Extra" Meeting

As an experiment RAG will be trialing meeting twice a month, with an extra meeting on the 1st Sunday of the month alongside the usual meeting on the 2nd Sunday.  The idea is to try and keep the momentum up and make more progress than we…