Not a member? Get updates on our meetings & other astronomy events in Cork – subscribe to our guest bulletins To join, email our Treasurer Doroteja, or for general inquiries, email the Secretary Declan or ring him on 087 2522216 (9:00am – 9:00pm). Our annual subscriptions are Adult €35, Family €45, Concession €25.
Next Public Lecture – 12th September 2022
Dr Niall Smith will open our new season talking about the James Webb Space Telescope and its potential to impact our understanding of the universe. Dr Smith is Head of Research at MTU’s Cork Campus.
If you are not a member, you can get alerts for our lectures and other public events by subscribing to our free monthly guest bulletin. Our lectures are open to all.
For Club members, there are workshops, observing sessions, a members’ newsletter with news about astronomy and space, recommendations for books, articles and videos etc. We also maintain a WhatsApp group for members to exchange news, photos, advice and comments on their observing. In June we plan an outing to Birr Castle.
From September 2019 to March 2022 lectures were conducted entirely by Zoom with speakers including leading Irish astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Astronomer Royal Martin Rees, Royal Astronomical Society president Prof Emma Bunce, Seth Shostak of California’s SETI Institute, and TED speaker Prof Ann-Marie Madigan. Future lectures will be in person, but from time to time we intend to hold additional remote lectures and host international speakers.
This Week in Space
July 13th, 2022
Well James Webb’s certainly been working overtime, so it was hard to pick something for This Week In Space this week, but I decided to go with the discovery of water on Wasp 96-b
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In normal times, we hold free monthly public lectures at UCC, all welcome. For now, out talks are online via Zoom.
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Cork Astronomy Club is part of the Irish Federation of Astronomical Societies
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