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2016 CHRISTMAS LECTURE: Where next after Rosetta? Comets, asteroids, and some confused objects in between

By Dr Colin Snodgrass Open University on December 12th - ALL WELCOME!.
 

Supermoon Watch

November 14th We'll accept late entries for publication in magazine but the prize has already been awarded. However do send any good snaps that you ever get of the night sky. Just your best snap please, no need to send multiple copies and have us decide which is best, we want you to do that.

 

'Geminid and Supermoon Watch'

at AI Headquarters on Tuesday 13th December.

 

Thinking of buying a telescope?

Further information HERE

 

New Electric Car to be built in Ireland

Long time AI administrator Tom Finnegan fronts group behind first Irish Car since DeLorean HERE


 

USA Eclipse Trip 2017

August 19th to August 24th.


 

Ireland's Most Popular Astronomy Evening Classes 2 for 1 Special Offer

Commencing on October 6th,13th,20th,27th*

*NOTE: As each of the 8 classes are 'self-contained' you can join the course at any class (especially Oct.6th,13th,20th) and then go to the entire 8 classes when they re-start in February AT NO EXTRA CHARGE! So please enrol today, HERE


 

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