Annual Meeting 2018
The date is Saturday the 2nd of June 2018 at our normal venue: the Institute of Astronomy in Cambridge. There's no need to book in advance. Member or not, you're all welcome to turn up on the day. The doors will open at 9:30am (BST).
The Society AGM is open to members only and is scheduled for 10:15–10:45. Guests are welcome to enjoy their coffee in peace before join us for the most important part of the day.
And on that topic, we have a complete line-up of speakers for you.
We have Yann Pothier to talk about
Esoteric Targets for Deep-Sky Observers.
Omar Nasim on
Drawing the Nebulae in the Nineteenth Century: Points of Entry in to the Wider Cosmos.
Sara Wager is visiting from Spain to tell us about
a Dual Imaging Rig Setup.
Mark Stuart provides some
Highlights From Ten Years of Visual Deep-Sky Galaxy Observations.
Our professional keynote talk will be given by Professor Janet Drew on
Massive Stars across the Milky Way Disc from Optical Surveys
Exact timings are to be confirmed...
We can cater for those with special dietary needs (e.g. coeliacs etc), but would need advanced notice to make arrangements. Please contact Steve Rayner with your requirements.
For everyone else only 70 tickets with lunch included will be available, so if you want one it's best to turn up bright and early.
Coffee, tea and biscuits will be available for everyone at registration and the breaks.
The following vendors have been invited:
- The Widescreen Centre.
- The British Astronomical Association (BAA).
- The Society for the History of Astronomy (SHA).
And of course the Webb Deep-Sky Society will have our usual stand.
Our Venue: the Institute of Astronomy
The Institute of Astronomy (IoA) is a department of the University of Cambridge that traditionally plays host to the Webb Deep-Sky Society's Annual Meeting.