Like many local organisations it is easy for members to get involved with ADAS and learn a little more. Here are a few ways:
Attend meetings – We have a meeting on the last Friday of every month.
Present at meetings – You do not have to be an expert astronomer or presenter. Just choose a topic for example ‘What is a luner eclipse?’ and spend a little time doing some research on the internet. Plan your talk which could be anything from 10 minutes to 2 hours.
Put photographs on Facebook – All you have to do is go here and upload your photographs
Join in the Facebook conversation – The more people who use the Facebook page the more interesting it gets. If you do not have a Facebook account just sign up for one and join in the discussions.
Place photos on the website – If you want your photos on the website you will need to write between 300-500 words to give some context and information. If you don’t want to do this then please post on Facebook.
Write a piece for the website – Just choose a topic and write 300-500 words with pictures and email to the webmaster. You will then be set up with a special webpage account and talk you through the process of adding your work to the website. Before you ask…No! The webmaster will not do it for you!
Follow us on Twitter – @AstroADAS You can see all our posts and join in the conversation
Remember: This is your website, your facebook page, your twitter and your society.
by Unknown ADAS memeber