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"Dear Member, owing to the developing situation with regard to the COVID-19 (Corona) virus and the well-being of members it has been decided to suspend meetings of the Usk Astronomical Society for the time being.
The Committee will keep matters under review so that we can resume meetings as soon as it is safe to do so. You will be informed of any changes to this situation through this email address and you can also visit here on the Society's website at http://www.uskastronomicalsociety.org.uk/. Please take care and stay healthy.
7 - The Night Sky in May - Open Discussion
May Skies with Binoculars - Andrew Lohfink
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28 - The Night Skies in June - Open Discussion
- June Skies with Binoculars - Andrew Lohfink
- TBC - TBC
Light pollution is the scourge of amateur astronomers and lovers of a beautiful starry sky alike.
Now you can take part in a global survey where no experience or special equipment is required.
Simply click on the link below to find out more details about the survey and how you can get involved and the link below that to get to the online app to help you easily classify your local sky.
Globe at night instructions
Globe at Night Webapp
The app is able to determine your location, you simply click on the picture that most closely resembles your sky condition and that is it – you have made an observation (weather permitting of course!).
This is the intriguing topic of a lecture by Professor David Tong from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at Cambridge University.