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The Sun provides energy and light. The Moon plays a role in providing proper climates. Jupiter & Saturn protect us from asteroids and comets. #OneBigFamily

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Tonight, April 28th, should be observing evening at Lacock.
At the moment the forecast for this evening is poor, and possible showers.
If this changes we will re post about times.

These sessions are open to all, including none members and we are happy to share the views through different telescopes and eyepieces, usually on different mount types.
We can also help show you how to set up your telescopes.

Andy Burns. Chairperson, Wiltshire Astronomical society.
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Solar System Size Comparison

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Can I ask a question about telescope and accessories?

I want to get a bit of kit that goes on my telescope that is able to hunt that star/planet that I want to see?

If there a such but of kit? X
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Meeting tonight, 8pm at Lye Pavilion, Rusty Lane, Seend.
Our speaker is Dr Chris North from Cardiff University who worked on the Herschel telescope and is a keen outreach speaker and teacher for STEM and he will be speaking about the history of telescopes.
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Don't forget our meeting night tomorrow evening at the Lye Playing Field Pavilion, Rusty Lane, Seend. 8 pm start.
Speaker Steve Tonkin
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