Peter Lloyd Celestial Coordinates and Where is the Moon tonight?. Thursday 14.02.19 @ 7:30pm.
Dr. Emily Brunsden The Music of the Stars. Thursday 28.02.19 @ 7:30pm.
Prof. Paula Chadwick Gamma-ray Astronomy. Thursday 14.03.19 @ 7:30pm.
Dr. Stuart Lumsden Star Formation. Thursday 28.03.19 @ 7:30pm.
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Join us 19:30 Thursday 28th of February, Austerfield Study Centre, DN10 6RG for a talk by Dr. Emily Brunsden on 'The Music of the Stars'. If the skies are clear afterwards we shall use the telescopes, £3.50 pp, https://t.co/eeobyeNEjw #iLoveDN #Doncaster #iLoveDoncaster
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