We are now holding face to face meetings in the community centre as well as the occasional zoom, join us at Community centre Cemetery. road Barry CF62 8BP
Meetings–doors open 19.00 hrs start.19.15…
You may attend up to 2 meetings before joining the society….
Photographed from Llantwit Major on 24th Jan.month end.
At present visible in 10X50 Binoculars.
The International Space Station with ESA’s Columbus laboratory flies 400 km high at speeds that defy gravity – literally. At 28 800 km/h it only takes 92 minutes for the weightless laboratory to make a complete circuit of Earth. Astronauts working and living on the Station experience 16 sunrises and sunsets each day. The tracker developed by ESA, shows where the Space Station is right now and its path 90 minutes ago and 90 minutes ahead. Due to the Station’s orbit it appears to travel from west to east over our planet, and due to Earth’s own rotation the Space Station’s moves 2200 km to the west on each orbit. You can see the International Space Station, by looking up at the right time.
Barry astronomical society is a member of Federation of astronomical associations
Web master R Adams