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‘A’ star

‘A’ star

Posted by on Sep 1, 2014 in Main, News | 0 comments

Well done to young Keighley Astronomy society member Cassie Barlow-Hall for getting a ‘A star grade’ in GCSE Astronomy. It has been a subject that really captured her imagination. “ The Astronomy GCSE was as interesting as I hoped, It’s a subject the fascinates me. I was thrilled to have achieved the A* grade as it reinforces what I want to do in...

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June Society Meeting

June Society Meeting

Posted by on Sep 1, 2014 in Events, Main, News | 0 comments

“Aperture fever”. Getting the most out of amateur and profession telescopes.” Mike Evans (Leeds University) demonstrates to members of Keighley Astronomical Society how a telescope works, and the limits that the laws of nature put on its performance. He discusses how interferometry can create a telescope as big as the world, as well as the...

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