Multi-Messenger Astronomy with Dr. Tana Joseph
Salford Astronomical Society presents an evening with Dr. Tana Joseph as she discusses ‘Multi-Messenger Astronomy’.
Proceeds from ticket sales goes towards running community observatory and STEM outreach work.
The talk will start at 7.30pm via Zoom. A link will be emailed to you before the event and it is advised you join the call between 7.15-7.25pm.
Dr. Tana Joseph is a South African X-ray astronomer. She completed her PhD on X-ray bright binary stars at the University of Southampton in 2013. Now she is exploring the radio side of astronomical objects working as a Newton International Fellow in the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics at the University of Manchester. Her current project is to search for X-ray binary stars in two nearby galaxies, called the Magellanic Clouds, using the MeerKAT radio telescope in South Africa.
Tickets for this event are priced at £2 (with a £1 booking fee). They can be purchased at the link below:
Hitchiker's Guide to black holes
Annual General meeting
The committee have called an AGM to update everyone on the status of the society; and with some proposed changes. This will take place on the 24th February – links will be sent out and this post will be updated for anyone who doesn’t receive it
Annual Christmas Lecture
Unfortunately Dr Allan Champan can’t be with us this year to deliver what would have been his 51st talk to the Society, due to the current Covid situation.
In light of this, we will be showing a pre recorded video of his RAS Bicentenary talk:
The RAS and the Origins of the British Learned Society 200 years on
Allan has sent a Christmas message to you all, to read on the evening.
Join us on Wednesday evening from 7:30pm.
We will be airing Allan’s talk for the first hour with a short break in the middle.
Then discussing the man himself and then a there will be a astronomy based quiz afterwards.
Please feel free to dress up from the neck up in a Christmas/Space theme; There will be prize for the best dressed!!
We are looking forward to seeing you all there!
Meeting ID: 996 6761 8896
National Astronomy Week!
14th November marks the start of “National Astronomy Week” this year, which is something we can all get excited about in the current climate; Don’t you think?!
There’s a whole week of fascinating Mars-themed talks, from “Life On Mars” to “Martian Career Day” We’re sure there will be something to peak everyone’s interest! For more info, visit https://astronomyweek.org.uk or click the image in the attachments section below, which contains the schedule and link to register for each of the scheduled activities
If that wasn’t exciting enough, on November 21st we have also the Northwest Astronomy Festival – A night dedicated to the Stars, Planets and The Universe – with talks from some special guests, quizzes and Q&A sessions, and much more! for more info, click the link in the attachment section below!