December 2001 Newsletter
The December meeting will be held at Timperley Village Hall, 8 pm, Friday 7th December. Instead of the usual monthly meeting format,...
November 2001 Newsletter
The monthly meeting will be held at Timperley Village Hall, 8pm. Chris Suddick, Roger Livermore, Paul Clark and Mark Crossley will be...
The Square of Pegasus from Oman
A dark site was visited at an isolated location in the Hajjar Mountains, and once dark-adapted a count was made of the naked eye stars...
October 2001 Newsletter
The monthly meeting will be held at Timperley Village Hall on Friday 5th, at 8pm. Phil Masding and Mike Tyrell will be giving a...
September 2001 Newsletter
SOCIETY NEWS (This page now taken over by Dave Timperley) Hello everyone, and welcome back from the Summer break. The nights are already...
Sun, Sea, Sand and Stars
This holiday Sunday, 26th August, I experienced clear blue sky, miles of clean sand and warm sea… …on Anglesey!
5 Go Observing!
Don (with the Critchley Meade), Warren and Mike (with Mike’s 10” Dobsonian, 15x80s and Short tube 80 refractor), Colin (with bins.) and Paul
June 2001 Newsletter
Tonight’s meeting (1st June) is scheduled to be Chris Heapy and Paul Brierley. (editor's note Chris and Paul were unable to make it. Dr....
May 2001 Newsletter
Society News Tonight’s meeting (Friday 4th May) we have Sean talking about the Space Shuttle and Paul Clark on his recent observing from...
April 2001 Newsletter
For tonight’s meeting (Friday 6th) we welcome Ken Irvin from Salford Astronomical Society to talk about electronic imaging.
Colin Henshaw and Eros
NASA has recently sent a probe to Eros to land and photograph the surface. Colin Henshaw sent this note to the web pages.
March 2001 Newsletter
At tonight's meeting (Friday 2nd March), Colin Steele (congratulations on the new addition to the family) will be speaking on Meteor Astrono
Paul Clark's Observations on February 2001
This February new Moon period has been very productive. Five dark sky observing sessions with some good clear conditions.
Paul Clark's Observations on the Herschel 400 & the RASC Best 110 NGC's!
The drive across to Llyn Brenig was tedious. It was early evening on a Sunday.