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Next Meeting, Friday 12 June

The Dark Energy Survey.

by Peter Doel
Uni college London 

See: Monthly Meetings for the details. 
 
School right-hand car park is closed 

Please use the left-hand car park and main school entrance instead.  Please see How to find us for more details.


Janus Newsletter

Report on the visit to Mullard Space Science Laboratory -- by Gary Walker
 
On April 22nd 2015, we finally made the long proposed trip to the Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL).

Read more in Janus


Observation of close approach of an asteroid! -- by Gary Walker
 
On January 26th-27th 2015, an asteroid of the Near Earth Object  (NEO)  class passed the Earth - at it's closest, about 3 times further away than the Moon!
 
As (for once!) the sky was clear ......

Read more in Janus

William Herschel Mirror -- by Louis Barman

Following the talk in January by Dr Stuart Eves on "William Herschel and the Rings of Uranus" . I thought I would make a trip to the science Museum to see the first mirror that William Herschel made to go in to the giant 40 foot long telescope..
 Read more in Janus
 
Prof Ian Morison is our Patron

Prof Ian Morison has kindly agreed to be the Patron of Ewell Astronomical Society. He is an astronomer and astrophysicist who served as the 35th Gresham Professor of Astronomy. 

Gallery Update

Photographs of the Moon and Jupiter by David FishwickSee the Gallery for more photographs.

Gallery


Nonsuch Astronomy!

A local astronomy website and blog spot



Observing

School Telescope Observing
Friday 3 july 2015  --  start time 9:00pm
Observing only takes place if there is less than 50% cloud cover. 

See: Users Group for the details.

Ranmore Common Observing
Thu 21 May

See: Observing for the details.

Next Users group meeting

Wednesday 19 August

Meeting 
start at 8.00pm sharp 

See: Users Group for the details.

Solar Eclipse update

For a report on the solar eclipse 

See Janus



Astronomical Video

Shown at Jan meeting - by Maurice Gavin

Deep Sky imaging blitz




Comet PanSTARRS

photographs from Maurice Gavin, See the Janus for more photographs.