The June monthly meeting returned to Rodington where over 30 members and guests were treated to two speakers. First up was Ralph Prince, a long term member, who shared his thoughts of the role of Pi, of 3.142 fame, and its vital importance in the development of astronomical developments and analysis. There were lots of nodding heads as guests were reminded of their school day maths lessons. Following a brief refreshment break we were treated to the latest adventures of JWST, presented by John Thatcher, who has a vested interest in various instruments aboard this phenomenal space telescope. Using the latest images John shared recent discoveries which will no doubt result in the publication of a plethora of papers, so watch this space!
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