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Food production from the space race

Posted by on Sep 29, 2019 in Main |

It was a welcomed return visit from Mr Russell Parry from Wigan at Keighley astronomical society’s first meeting of the Astronomical season. Mr Parry had previously presented a lecture of the Apply Bridge Meteorite. First Meal in Space. On this visit it was on a subject related to the industry that Mr Parry works within. ‘Food production from the...

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The October night sky

Posted by on Sep 23, 2019 in Main |

The glories of October’s night sky can at best be described as ‘Subtle’. The dull autumn constellations are already being challenged by the brilliant lights of winter. Spearheaded by the beautiful star cluster of the Pleiades. Ursa Major, or the Plough, is to all intents and purposes at its lowest in the North. The ‘W’ of Cassiopeia is not far...

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