Come this December, NUSAS will organise a 3D2N trip to Bintan Island!
This overseas stargazing trip to catch the Geminids Meteor Shower organised by NUSAS is available to all at a very affordable cheap price of $160 ($150 for members and ex-Astrobashers)! This year, we will be watching it during its peak, and with the new moon in place, the night sky will simply be spectacular!
You may visit http://www.nusas.org/astrobash/ for further information and hit here to register for the great fun and adventure.
By the way, we will also have our booth at the Central Library Walkway from Tue, 29th Sept to Thur, 1st Oct 2009, so do drop by and know more about our trip.
For enquiries, please contact:
Esther – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi guys, our first session is now on the way!
The newly elected 12th NUSAS Executive Committee now sincerely welcomes you to our very first session of this academic year!
This session is entitled Introduction to Stargazing, which is a speech given by our new research head Tan Jia Wei, who is our astronomy guru from Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering. Following that there will be a stargazing session, during which our newly elected logistic heads, Kenneth and Gowtham, will also be with you. You will easily get a better understanding of the principles of stargazing.
In Jia Wei’s speech, the following will be highlighted and, believe me, more interesting and amazing facts about stargazing and our universe will be covered.
-Understanding the night sky
-Identify the planets in 4 easy steps: colour, brightness, time and location
-Finding constellations and your own horoscope in the sky
-Astronomy as the world’s oldest science
So do not give this chance a miss and do drop by at S16-04-36, 19:00 on Friday, 18th September. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Started with Von Gogh’s masterpiece, Jia Wei will guide us all the way to the essentials of stargazing.
In Jia Wei’s speech, he will show us how we can use one constellation to reach to the other.