WDAS - Meeting July 9 - Nigel Henbest - Cosmic Quest: From Babylon to the Big Bang
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 Nigel Henbest

 July 9th 2018

Annual General Meeting & Cosmic Quest: From Babylon to the Big Bang'

Speaker: Prof. Nigel Henbest 
( University of Leicester) 

7 - 9 pm. 
Cavendish Road Primary School,
Performing Arts Building


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Reminder of Location

Meeting location: Cavendish Road Primary School in West Didsbury, Manchester M20 1JG.


The Annual General Meeting by the Society Committee, and then follows Nigel's talk.

Welcome to our Sixth 2018 society talk.

The Committee will open the meeting with the AGM.

Nigel is an award-winning science populariser, specialising in astronomy and space. His 38 books and over 1000 articles have been translated into 27 languages, and he has produced over a dozen television documentaries and series.

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West Didsbury Astronomical Society was formed to bring people together who have an interest in Astronomy.

If you are into astronomy and you're in the Manchester (UK) area come and meet other local astronomers.

Everyone is welcome from the complete beginner to the more experienced astronomer.

There are regular meetings during the year and ad hoc observing sessions.

Meetings are usually held on the second Monday of every month - except in August - at:
William Hulme's Grammar School, Spring Bridge Road, Manchester, England M16 8PR
[Click here for detailed directions ]                        Meetings run from 7pm - 9pm.


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