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February Meeting – AGM | Feb 7th

Join us this Friday, February 7th for our AGM meeting.

February Meeting Agenda
1) Greetings Robert Pothier
2) Sudbury Centre Business Robert
3) Treasurer’s Report Monique
4) Nominations Pete/Rob
5) Break
6) Elections Pete/Rob

When: Friday February 7th.
Time: Time: 7:30pm-9:30pm

 

(Meetings are held the first Friday of the Month at the Doran Planetarium (Fraser Building, Left and Down the stairs. Turn left at the bottom of the stairs and then right into the Planetarium)

 

Our February meeting will be our AGM as it has been in the past. Please see the Newsletter for the nomination form. Please note that the Treasurer’s position and the Director of Outreach positions are NOT up for re-election this year.
Keep our club vibrant—attend the meeting and vote for your executive.

 

 

January Meeting | January 3rd

Join us this Friday, January 3rd for the first meeting of the new year and decade.

January Meeting Agenda
1) Greetings Robert Pothier
2) Sudbury Centre Business Robert
3) From Ironic Beginnings to Unprecedented Outcomes Alan Ward
4) National Outreach Information Linda Pulliah
5) Break
6) Silvering Mirrors—an old process is now making a resurgence Alan Ward
7) Darken the Dome and “What is This in The Sky?” Steve and Linda Pulliah

When: Friday, January 3rd.
Time: Time: 7:30pm-9:30pm

 

(Meetings are held the first Friday of the Month at the Doran Planetarium (Fraser Building, Left and Down the stairs. Turn left at the bottom of the stairs and then right into the Planetarium)

 

 

Newly Modified Web site And SuperNova

This message was sent to current RASC-SudburyCentre members, as well as past guests of the Sudbury Astronomy Club to announce that our newly modified website is up and running!

Also, RASC has sent a note regarding the SuperNova Early Warning System or SNEWS. You can click on this link and find out how to register in order to receive notifications if Neutrino activity is detected at facilities like SNOLAB. This will give amateur astronomers a chance to witness supernovas early in their existence.

https://snews.bnl.gov/?fbclid=IwAR2Lm861Pi8LSJHid_vdxZwI_riS1tVE59DGXS3qtFjpy4jZwANxa0qvKlM