Once again, this week we bring to you an enriching session about cosmology. It is our last session for this semester, so be sure not to miss it! The session is going to be at E4-04-05, at 7PM this Friday (28th October). Following that, we will have our usual fun-filled star gazing session at the Engin Bridge. If you can’t find your way, please call Anne @ 96356064.
We hope to see you there!
NUS Astronomical Society
There will be an Astro session this Friday, 14/10/11 at 7 PM. It will be at the Faculty Of Engineering at E4-04-05. After that we will be conducting star gazing from the Engin Bridge!!
There is a map attached in case you don’t know your way there.
See ya there!!
Also, the NUS Astronomical Society will be recruiting sub-committee members for AstroChallenge 2012 (an annual competition for JC and Secondary School students; more information here) and AstroBash XXVIII (overseas stargazing trip in December 2011). The positions available and their respective job scopes are as follows:
• Quizmaster (AC2012): Setting questions for the competition. Please include your grade for GEK1520 in your application. If you have not taken the module, either take a short MCQ test this Friday, or bring along a few sample questions. Past papers can be found here.
• Organizing Committee Member (AC2012): You may be placed under Publicity & Publication, Business, or Logistics, and are expected to commit from this point throughout term-time, December holidays, and up to the competition itself in June.
• Team Leader (AB XXVIII):
Sub-committee members may be recommended for campus accommodation under the new Residence Admission Scheme (Category D) depending on their contribution, subject to evaluation by the current Executive Committee members, and a cap of 10 places per Society. If you are interested, please register by this Friday’s session here. A brief interview will be conducted in case of overwhelming response.
14th Management Committee
NUS Astronomical Society
Due to last year’s highly positive feedback, NUSAS will be again organizing a 3D2N return trip to Avillion Admiral Cove, Port Dickson, during the holidays from 10th Dec to 12th Dec, 2011!
This time round, our trip is offered at a more affordable price of $196 ($186 for members and ex-Astrobashers)! We will be observing a lunar eclipse, and along with Winter Sky and the Geminids meteor shower, the stargazing experience will be much more wonderful than what one could have gotten in Singapore.
Port Dickson is a popular holiday destination located in Peninsular Malaysia. It takes just over an hour by car to travel from Port Dickson to Kuala Lumpur along the North-South expressway. Shielded by the peninsula from the Northeast Monsoon, Port Dickson will be one of the few locations with a higher chance of clear skies during the wet season and is open all year round. Join us for mesmerizing night sky, fun activities on the beach, and shopping sprees at KL!
Thank you, and we hope to see you at Port Dickson this December!