Past events 2012

Here is a list of past events and meetings where we have had a guest speaker. Other years: 20142013201220112010

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  • 19th Dec 2012
    Postponed from November, a pre-Christmas observing session plus talk for the enthusiastic pupils plus parents Read More
  • 17th Dec 2012
    The Fox, Chipping Norton. 7:30pm for an 8:00pm start. With the incredible success of the Mars rovers this will be a fascinating subject and a fitting Christmas CNAAG celebration
  • 8th Dec 2012
  • 21st Nov 2012
    Talk and observing – Cancelled due to flooding. Read More
  • 20th Nov 2012
    Participation by CNAAG in Oxford University’s Department of Astrophysics, for their outreach event. 6:00 – 9:00 pm.
  • 20th Nov 2012
    Talk and observing – Cancelled due to flooding. Read More
  • 19th Nov 2012
    The Fox, Chipping Norton – 7:45pm for 8:00pm start ‘ET And What To Do If You Meet Him’ a talk by Geoffrey Cotterill
  • 17th Nov 2012
    Talk and Observing
  • 9/th Jan 012
    Saturday 9th November 2013 Outside Jaffe & Neale’s Bookshop.
  • 1st Oct 2012
    Autumn Moonwatch October 2012
  • 28th Jul 2012
    Around 40 CNAAGers, partners and friends veritably basked in the warm evening sunshine as the sound of sizzling sausages and burgers began to emanate from the amazing culinary accoutrements assembled and controlled by the newly appointed ‘CNAAG Head of Culinary Matters’, Ed Grimes. Embellished by salads, jacket potatoes and kebabs and washed down with appropriate liquids, it was a superb spread enjoyed to the full by everyone present. The Moon made its presence felt very early on being past 1st quarter and several scopes were set to provide the astronomical finale. When it was deemed dark enough we enjoyed some absorbing and thought provoking short videos. Shown on a huge screen the videos covering the up and coming landing of the Curiosity rover on the 6th August, an incredible HD time lapse video taken from the ISS and a thought provoking Steven Hawkings look into the future with a spaceship designed to travel at 95% of the speed of light. Trying to imagine that for every day that passes on that ship 1 year will pass on Earth is a staggering thought. Following on, the Moon was the majestic target it always is and most people managed to get an observation in. In almost continental warm conditions, this meeting was one of the most successful and informal we have had and with the terrific support shown demonstrates, once again, a terrific CNAAG membership, and what terrific times we can look forward to. Thanks to everyone for coming, special thanks to Ed and family for the barbeque – and to anyone reading this that wants to join a vibrant, active and enthusiastic astronomical society, contact CNAAG, you will not be disappointed. Chairman
  • 6th Jun 2012
    Here are some photos taken from the Venus Transit event