As is customary, the monthly magazine of Hamilton RASC (Orbit) is made available to the general public a couple of weeks after the membership receives it.
In this month’s issue, Troy McCoy, with the help of Chris Vaughn from Starry Night Education (@starrynightedu on Twitter) have put together a fantastic overview of what can be seen in the sky this month (weather permitting, of course).
Roger also has added some great articles about measuring the movement of water on Earth and how MIT researchers are using AI to search for debris disks in telescopic images. In addition, there are articles related to astrophotography tips and “Lowell’s Mars”.
As always, there are also articles covering some of the latest club related news and activities.
So, sit back and enjoy this issue!