GoSpaceWatch Online Lectures currently take place on the first and third Wenesday of the month at 7:30 pm UK Time unless otherwise stated. All lectures cost £3.00 per participant and are open to all.
Wednesday 23rd June:
Ben Evans (Spaceflight Author): “An Experiemental Flying Machine“. Based on his forthcoming book of the same name, Ben talks about this historical and remarkably complicated flying machine of the American Space Programme.
Wednesday 7th July:
Igor Bobek, Croatia: The Mars Society
Wednesday 21st July:
Andy Briggs (Author, Broadcaster), Spain: “How to Photograph a Black Hole“
Wednesday 4th August:
Wednesday 18th August
John Thatcher. “The James Webb Space Telescope and the MIRI instrument”.
John is a Chartered Engineer who worked in the space industry for over 30 years, including 10 years as Project Manager for the European Consortium responsible for the Mid-InfraRed Instrument (MIRI), one of the 4 science instruments on the James Webb Space Telescope.
Wednesday 1st September
Martin Lunn: “A Ramble Through the Solar System”
Wednesday 15th September
Katrin Raynor-Evans FRAS, FRGS “Exploring Astronomy and Space through Philately”
Wednesday 6th October (World Space Week Event)
Dr Cathy Olkin South West Research Institute, Boulder, Colorado, USA – The NASA Lucy Mission
Saturday 9th October (World Space Week Event)
Human Mars Habitat Analog Mission
A Saturday afternoon special meeting.
Wednesday 20th October
Alice Carruth, Public Relations Coordinator, Spaceport America
Wednesday 17th November
Lou Mayo: The Voyager Missions. Lou Mayo is a heliophysicist and science educator at NASA’s Goddard Spaceflight Center.
Wednesday 1st December
Paul Money: Wonders of the Solar System
Wednesday 19th January 2022
The European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT)
Wednesday 16th February
Dr Anna Mcleod (University of Durham): Extra Galactic Astronomy