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The Lincoln Hills Astronomy Group
general meetings provide residents, from
beginners to experts, with a forum to increase their
knowledge in astronomy, and to meet people with
General meetings begin with an informal,
"What's New in Astronomy", followed by the
main presentation, and finish with an informal
Q & A session. Meetings are supplemented
with our annual planetarium trip.
For more information contact Bill Weaver at email@example.com.
Our Next Meeting
The Astronomy Group meets at 6:45
on the first Wednesday of each month. For
information about our next meeting,
No scheduled activity.
Ron Yelton will give an astro photography presentation with examples of photographs he has taken using remotely controlled telescopes from around the world.systems.
Dr. Charles Hunt will examine the question of whether light is a wave, a particle, or something else, using a Michelson Interferometer. He will also demonstrate non-local interaction.
|April 6, 2022
Anthony Oreglia will give an overview of the current fourteen planetary missions. The focus will be on the major findings of each mission and many of the spectacular images obtained by these missions.
|May 4, 2022
Richard Sandler will discuss Artemis I, the first integrated test of NASA’s deep space exploration systems. It will be an uncrewed flight test to demonstrate our ability to extend human existence to the Moon and beyond.
|June 1, 2022
Join us for the video, "Faster Than Light: The Dream of Interstellar Flight". Next generation rocket technology is on the drawing board now as scientists investigate the mind bending physics of extreme speed.
|August 3, 2022
NASA Ambassador Richard Sandler will report on the Artemis Space Launch System (SLS). The SLS is a super heavy-lift, expendable launch vehicle for Moon missions. NASA's Artemis program is targeting 2024 to return astronauts to the Moon.
|September 7, 2022
Anthony Oreglia will present “Mooning Our War Through the Solar System”; about some of the latest discoveries of the over 200 Moons in our Solar System.
|October 5, 2022
Tim Pinkney will give a presentation on exoplanets; planets that orbit a star other than our sun.
|November 2, 2022
Archeoastronomy: what did early cultures know about the stars? We will find out tonight when Scott Perry discusses early astronomy, including that of the Mayans and Incas.
No scheduled activity.