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Meetings are on the Saturday closest to the new moon. With the lighter evenings in the summer months we do try to have a speaker in
Non club members are very welcome to join us on any of the club meetings. If you do not have a telescope you are most welcome to use our members Telescopes.
There is a small charge per Person of £3. However on nights with a speaker a charge of £5 is asked.
For the 9th March meeting only, the charge will be £3 not 5 as stated with a speaker
Tea/Coffee and Biscuits are provided within that price.
Doors open 7.30.
Please check our FB page for any late changes on the day .
On Observing nights we still meet at the hall.
Getting outside for some observing at the back of the hall
or up at badger Farm is always an option after a talk as taken place.
Please be aware that Badger Farm our observing site is a grassed gently sloping area but also with some small holes and bumps Ect so a little more uneven under foot in places and of course Dark. Do bring a Red light to help see where you are placing your feet. Importantly for your own safety wear suitable stout footwear with good ankle support and suitable warm clothing you can get very cold it being as exposed as the viewing area is.
For use during the viewing session we request Red lights be used to to save effecting night vision which takes about 20 mins to return
Scamblesby Village Hall,
Lincolnshire, LN11 9XF.
BADGER FARM SITE SAFETY ADVICE
2024 Meeting Dates.
Doors open 19.30
Mar-9th - Talk by Paul money. FRAS,FBIS.
New images of the universe from the JWST and HST
Talk is preceded by the AGM start time 18.30.
Apl-6th - Viewing Session
May-11th - Viewing Session.
June- 8th - TBC
July- 6th - TBC
Aug-3rd - TBC
Sep-7th - Viewing Session.
Oct 5th - Viewing Session.
Nov 2nd - Viewing Session.
Dec TBA - Christmas Meal (BOOKING ONLY)
Cuppa and a Chat after a talk
Badger Farm, Asterby Lane, Asterby, Nr Louth,
Moon Rise at Badger Farm
ELAC Viewing area
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