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Postby mskitty » 29 Jan 2007, 22:52

A few days ago I wrote to Paul to say that..........

"I've just been re-reading the December issue of 'The Diary' prior to sending it to the re-cycling bin, and came across your astronomy club ad which I seem to have missed completely first time round.
My first thought was that it sounded like a great idea, but then I remembered that I'm not actually an astronomer - more of an occasional star-gazer.
I was interested enough in the subject to go along to a night class in astronomy about 5 years ago, and I have planispheres for both Northern and Southern hemispheres so that when I go on holiday I can check out what's shining in the sky above me, but despite the classes my knowledge is very, very limited and there are only a few constellations I can recognise unaided".

Paul quickly got back to me to invite me along to the next meeting and to reassure me that I'd be made welcome - so, if I can get out of the office on time, I hope to meet some of you on the 5th.

I'm looking forward to it!


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Postby Solar B » 29 Jan 2007, 23:27

Welcome to the forum Katherine , you certainly sound like an astronomer to me . brian

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Postby pbholmes » 30 Jan 2007, 00:12

Welcome aboard!
Hope to see you soon,

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Postby bhenderson50 » 30 Jan 2007, 01:54

Hi Katherine,
welcome to the group, we are all here to try to learn from each other, so you will feel quite at home! See you at the next meeting.

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