Due to summer holidays and day trips to SW19, those that turned up for the July 1st , 2019 meeting at the North Lincs astronomy society were treated to a stunning visual / audio presentation by Peter Rea about the Apollo Moon missions, and in particular Apollo 11.
As per all Peter,s talks, it came over very clear to understand, with amazing images , videos. Some of which many of had never seen before. In particular, we got an in depth description of the Hassleblad camera used. No digital imaging here or even a view finder to look through. So given all this, it made the images of the Moon walk even more amazing.
Thanks to Steve for stepping in to do the teas and biscuits, which went down well, and to the Lincs wildlife trust for the use of the venue
More more info on future meetings and more about the society, visit the North Lincs astro society web site