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From: TerryMosel@aol.com
Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2002 17:20:57 EDT
Subject: First IAA lecture

Hi all,

The first lecture of the Irish Astronomical association's new season will be 
on Wednesday 18 September, at 7.30 p.m., in lecture room 5, Stranmillis 
College, Belfast.

We are delighted to have well-known broadcaster & journalist Leo Enright as 
our opening 'Big Name' speaker. He has a science degree, studied in the USA, 
and has been, and is, a science correspondent, specialising in astronomy & 
space material, for the Irish Times (I think) and both RTE and BBC.

You may well have heard him recently in a totally different context, 
presenting 'TALKBACK' on Radio Ulster for two fortnightly spells when David 
Dunseath was away. Truly a man of many talents and very considerable ability!

His topic will be 'Water on Mercury, Mars & the Moon', and I'm sure we will 
have a big turnout, so come early for a good seat, and bring a friend or two! 
Admission is free, and everyone will be welcome.

You might also like to note that "The Sky at Night" will be on late on Sunday 
Night (Monday morning) at 01.00 on BBC1.

Hope to see lots of you on Wednesday,

Terry Moseley


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