A view of one ,old, mans approach to astro-imaging and the journey that let him to it, in addition to an overview of the methods he uses it also covers the mistakes and lessons learned along the way.
Talks at the Wetlands and via Zoom
Talks at Wetlands Centre
The SAS is planning to run this lecture from the our base of operations Washington Wetlands Centre (in the usual Discovery Room).
Suitable hand sanitisers will be located in the room and at the our observatory.
We will also try to run the via Zoom for those members/potential members/public who cannot make the lecture event at Washington Wetlands Centre. although we cannot guarantee to quality of the Zoom video feed.
Talks via Zoom
Due to current Washington Wetlands Centre pandemic group gatherings advice we have previously run SAS lectures via Zoom Pro. which has worked quite successfully.
This has also enable the society to widen our scope of speakers and to contact and deliver talks from SAS speakers/professional astronomers from further afield nationally and internationally.
We aim to continue this capability depending upon the circumstances and/or location of the speaker for the talk.
Therefore if you interested in viewing and participating (i.e. Q&A) in this month’s talk, please send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
- And if you are a current/potential SAS member (i.e. Single, Family, Concession, etc) or you have a just a general interest in the lecture(s)
We will be then send you details on How to join the Zoom video meeting for the SAS talk.
The requisites will be:
- Meeting ID – 375 091 0450
- Password Begins with “C*****”
When Who Where
- Date: Sunday 17th July 2022,
- Time: 7pm.
- Speaker: .
- Venue: Washington Wetlands Centre Discovery Room and via Zoom (logistics permitting)
Our speaker is David Ettie is a SAS committee member and a very active a member of the SAS with interests in Astronomy Outreach, Visual Observing and Astrophotography.