Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope Part 2

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Join us this Friday for our October members meeting. This month we have an exciting guest speaker that you won’t want to miss – astronomer Dr. Laurie Rousseau-Nepton, who is currently in residence at the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope.

Dr. Rousseau-Nepton is the principal investigator for SIGNALS, the Star formation, Ionized Gas and Nebular Abundances Legacy Survey, a very ambitious project which is exploring 50,000 star forming regions in nearby galaxies, the largest and most comprehensive database of these regions ever assembled.  This is an extraordinary opportunity to hear from a remarkable scientist and an evening not to be missed!

And of course, we will also have an installment of The Sky This Month, with Matthew Mannering to guide us through the October sky.  

And as always we will have door prizes to hand out for club members!

This is also our annual general meeting and we will conclude the meeting by introducing the upcoming year’s council and providing some info on the club’s accomplishments of the past year.

This will be an online Zoom meeting and all members are invited to join in and enjoy the presentations. Alternatively you can view it on our YouTube channel here.

We hope to “see” you there!