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Pictures - Latest

Here we present many (possibly embarrassing) photos of our members at various Astrosoc meetings and trips, along with some movies and any other stuff that doesn't fit into any other category!

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Pictures - Catergorised

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Social

Observing / Astronomical Pictures

Talks

Outreach

Other

Documents

We are starting to document as many of our meetings as possible, these will hopefully be useful resources, freely available here. All documents are copyright of the authors, but may be freely copied for educational, non-commercial uses, unless otherwise specified.

Talks

Newsletters:

  • Issue 6 - Spring 2005 pdf (536kB)
  • Issue 5 - Autumn 2004 pdf (221kB)
  • Issue 4 - Summer 2004 pdf (148kB)
  • Issue 3 - Spring 2004 pdf (167 kB)
  • Issue 2 - Winter 2003 pdf (202 kB)
  • Issue 1 - Autumn 2001 pdf (132 kB)

Other

About Telescopes - html or pdf (600 kB) For those of you who do not know the working of astronomical telescopes this leaflet is designed as a guide to the obscure jargon that astronomers use to describe there telescopes. It is also an opportunity for us to show-off the excellent array of astronomical instruments owned by AstroSoc.

Poems
  • Scott Porter has written this poem and was included in Issue 3 of Sirius Issues.
  • Michelle Rosenthal has written this poem in reaction to the Columbia tragedy.
Sirius Issues (newsletter)
  • Issue 6 - Spring 2005 pdf (536kB)
  • Issue 5 - Autumn 2004 pdf (221kB)
  • Issue 4 - Summer 2004 pdf (148kB)
  • Issue 3 - Spring 2004 pdf (167 kB)
  • Issue 2 - Winter 2003 pdf (202 kB)
  • Issue 1 - Autumn 2001 pdf (132 kB)
 
Pictures - Chronologically

These are in date order of being posted. Please click on a title to view the pictures:

Movies

Click on a link to view or download a movie:

Venus Transit

  • BBC Midlands (lunchtime / evening) - this is coverage of our event (19.5MB)

Covering the Grubb

Egg-Stravaganza
Audio

We have recently been on Radio WM. This was for the transit of Venus. Both were with Samuel George.

Interview 1 (2.38MB)

Interview 2 (0.94MB)

     

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Last updated: 20/01/2005

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