Dr Queenie Chan answers questions after her successful lecture
entitled "Meteorites and the Search for Life", September 2019
Image: Paul Makin

The ASG's free public lectures for the 2019-20 session are as follows.  These are normally held in Room 6.41 Royal College, Strathclyde University unless otherwise advised.  Access is via the Montrose Street entrance, take the lift to Level 3, exit the lift and take the 2nd set of steps on your left, go through the double glass doors.  Room 6.41 is on your left approximately half way along the corridor.  The lectures start at 7:30pm and are preceded from 6:45pm by either a presentation on the month's skywatching highlights or by a social event giving you the opportunity to meet other members.

Thursday 19th September 2019 Meteorites and the Search for Life 
The Eric Tomney Lecture
Dr Queenie Chan, Research Staff, Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, School of Physical Sciences, The Open University
Thursday 17th October 2019 Moonshot: Looking back at Apollo
Mr Robert Law, Mills Observatory, Dundee
Thursday 21st November 2019 The Search for Life on Mars
Dr Alistair Tait, Teaching Assistant, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Stirling
Thursday 19th December 2019 Gravitational Waves
Prof Martin Hendry, Professor of Gravitational Astrophysics and Cosmology, Head of School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Glasgow
Thursday 16th January 2020 Capturing the Eclipse in 360
The Tannahill Lecture
Mr Stephen Grey, Cosmos Planetarium
Thursday 20th February 2020 Members' Night Talks
Thursday 19th March 2020 The Sun and Solar Flares
Dr Natasha Jeffrey, Research Assistant, Astronomy and Astrophysics Group, University of Glasgow
Thursday 16th April 2020 The other 95%
The Leon Davies Lecture
Prof Alex Murphy, Professor of Nuclear and Particle Astrophysics, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh
Thursday 21st May 2020 Mercury - the incredible shrinking planet
Dr Simon Cuthbert, Lecturer in Earth Science, University of the West of Scotland
  This lecture will be followed by the Society Annual General Meeting