Greetings, astronomy enthusiasts!
Our very first astronomy session for this semester is around the corner. Do check your schedule and make sure you’ll be available on this day; otherwise you’ll miss the following fascinating session:
Title: Introduction to stargazing
Venue: Training Room 3, Yusof Ishak House (YIH)
Date: September 3rd, Friday
Rong’en, our newly elected Research Head, is going to give us a small talk. A quick peek into his powerpoint slides reveals an exciting and intriguing journey ahead! Following the theoretical lecture, we will have a hands-on observation session (subject to weather condition).
Now, keep our fingers crossed for clear sky this Friday, and remember to drop by.
We look forward to seeing you there! (:
We hope the Welcome Tea was informative for those who attended, although it is unfortunate that the cloudy weather prevented us from setting up our telescopes to view the planets.
Moving on, we would like to give a gentle reminder that our recruitment interviews for Exco positions will begin on 18th Aug till 20th Aug. It will be held at the Central Library discussion room from 6pm onwards. To attend the interview, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. State your name, matric no,handphone number, course and year of study, relevant experiences along with a short introduction about yourselves plus the position you are running for.
You can then sign up at the google doc link below
Do note that the deadline for application is 16th Aug.
Applicants would need to attend the Annual General Meeting on 25th August, Wednesday,6:30pm at the YIH training room. A simple vote will then be held by the current committee as well as present members of NUSAS to select the next committee.
We hope to see you soon!
PS: For those that still wish to sign up for membership in NUSAS, you may come down during the AGM itself or our first session at 3rd September, YIH function room 7pm
NUS Astronomical Society will be having its Welcome Tea at LT 28, Science faculty on the 13th August, Friday. Depending on the weather, we will be having a short observation session near LT28 at 7:15pm, (its a planetary alignment of 3 planets with a crescent Moon!) and the Tea will start officially at 7:45pm. Feel free to come down at any time from 7:15 onwards to find out more about our society.
The Tea will end no later than 9pm and light refreshments will be served at the end of Tea.
PS: For members that are already interested in signing up as Excos, feel free to submit your applications to email@example.com. State your name, matric no,handphone number, course and year of study, relevant experiences along with a short introduction about yourselves. The deadline for application is 16th August (after the Welcome Tea) and the interviews will be held in Week 2. More information can be found at www.nusas.org
For further enquiries, feel free to contact Jia Wei at