Summer 2005 Programme of Meetings
The A.S.E. is one of the country's largest amateur astronomy clubs. We are always happy to see new faces at our meetings.
Ordinary meetings take place at 8pm (Civil Time) in the City Dome of the City Observatory, Calton Hill (usually on the first Friday of the month). On other Fridays we are sometimes there between 8pm and 10pm if the skies are clear. There is no charge for admission. Please check by phone before coming up the hill.
Any changes to our meeting arrangements will be put on our website http://www.astronomyedinburgh.org/ and on the answering machine at the observatory (556 4365).
|April||1st||Ken Kennedy||-||Dundee Astronomical Society|
|"A Brief History of the Moon"|
|May||6th||Gary Poyner||-||British Astronomical Association|
|"Observing faint variables from city skies"|
Variable Star Observing School
This special event, led by Gary Poyner will take place between 10:30am and 12:30pm on this Saturday morning.
Further details are available on request from the President < president @ astronomyedinburgh.org >
|June||3rd||Douglas Cooper||-||Stirling Astronomical Society|
|Imaging the night sky|
Wine or Barbecue & Beer - let us know which you
Please note that this event has been postponed from the first Friday of the month.
|Short presentations by members of the Society|
|The Sky is the Limit|