Thursday, 4th August 2022 (19:45 - 22:00)
Venue: Virtual Meeting
The end of summer brings with it a burst of colour. Red, orange, and yellow leaves turn the fall landscape into a spectacular show. There’s also less light pollution during this time of year, making it perfect for stargazing. This is perfect timing to catch all the sights of the autumn skies.
A night sky tour in October offers so many bright and beautiful things to see. It's no wonder that September has been declared as International Dark Sky Month by the non-profit organization Dark Sky Association.
Speaker: Kris Hudson-Lee
As for my biography:
Kris has been a member of the society on and off since he was just 10 years old, first joining in 1983. In his time as a member he has given many talks about many subjects however his main interest has always been the outer solar system.
He holds degree level qualifications in astrophysics with mechanics.
When he's not stuck with his eye at the eyepiece he is also a semi professional bass guitarist, playing in three bands and touring all over the country; although in previous bands he has played all over Europe and even the USA.