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From: TerryMoselaol.com
Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 17:31:19 EST

Hi all,
1. A final reminder about the next IAA meeting, on Wednesday 2 November,  
Stranmillis College, Belfast, when yours truly will present an astronomical  
version of a well-known TV quiz programme on which you can win 1,000,000. We  can 
only offer a maximum per person of 100, but it will be real money! But,  
just like on TV, not everyone will get much beyond question 10 or so! It starts  
at 7.30 p.m., admission free as always, including light refreshments. Come for 
 the craic, as well as the money!
2. PUBLIC LECTURES for Science Week Ireland, by KEVIN  NOLAN on behalf of The 
Planetary Society:

"Mars and the search for  our origins" will examine what recent and upcoming 
Mars exploration can tell us  about the origin of life on Earth and a cosmic 
context for life. The lecture  will include details on the latest findings from 
Mars. It is aimed at the  non-expert.

The lecture will be held twice:

(1) Black  Rock Castle Observatory, Cork: Monday, November 14th at 7.30pm. 
Admission is  free. To reserve seats, contact Jill O'Callaghan, CIT, Cork  

(2)  Bank of Ireland Arts Centre,  Foster Place, College Green, Dublin 2. 
Thursday, November 17th at 8.00pm.  Admission: 4 Euro (Concessions 2 Euro). To 
reserve seats, contact Kevin Nolan,  ITTD, (knolanit-tallaght.ie 
Note - advanced reservation not a requirement - all are 
welcome on the  night).

3. Public MARS WATCHES are being held as follows:
   (1) Irish Astronomcal Association: Friday 4, and/or Saturday 5  November, 
depending on weather. Lower Car Park, Ulster Folk & Transport  Museum, Cultra, 
Co Down. Start at 8 p.m. Admission free.
   (2) East Antrim Astronomical Society:  Friday 4th and  Saturday 5th 
at the Castle Ward farmyard, Castleward, Co Down. The  evening will begin at 
7:30pm. Castleward is near Strangford, which is near  Downpatrick. Admission 
Fri 11th and Sat 12th Nov. 2005 at 8pm: St Bridgits National School, 
Greystones, Co. Wicklow.   Members to come along and also bring along  their 
Please contact Deirdre Kelleghan at dekell2002yahoo.co.uk
Clear skies,
Terry  Moseley


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