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20 - 20 Vision "The Future of Astronomical Telescopes"

27th August 2015

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The public astronomy talk is by regular CAG visitor Professor Martin Hendry MBE - his talk is part of the series of local IYL events that have been held this year. Martin will also be visiting a couple of Wick schools whilst in the area, to enthuse interest in space and science in

 

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