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Joint Meeting of the AAVSO and BAA, 10 - 13 April 2008

Pictures by Frans Van Loo and Eric Broens. Unfortunately the meeting room was quite dark to take good pictures, so we are missing some pictures. A group picture is available on the BAA VSS website.
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New Hall, venue of the meeting

David Boyd (BAA) talking on SW Sex stars

Martin Nicholson (BAA), a remote observer

Patrick Wils (VVS) explains how to find eclipsing binaries in NSVS data

Pamela Gay (AAVSO) talking on astronomy education

Pamela Gay and Mike Simonsen (AAVSO) spotted something

Dr. Rene Oudmaijer (Leeds University) talking about Star Formation

Guy Hurst (BAA) on novae and supernovae from visual to remote robotic observations

Gary Poyner (BAA), Mike Simonsen (AAVSO), Patrick Wils (VVS) and Boris Gaensicke (Warwick University)

Frans Van Loo (VVS) receives the 25000 Visual Observations award from Arne Henden (AAVSO)

Gary Poyner receives the Charles Butterworth award from the BAA VSS Director Roger Pickard

Johan Van der Looy, Eric Broens and Frans Van Loo at the banquet

Johan Van der Looy, Frans Van Loo and Mrs. Van Loo at the banquet

Frans Van Loo observing Saturn with the Northumberland telescope

Frans Van Loo observing with the 36" telescope

A view on Cambridge's historical centre

Frans Van Loo at the river Cam

Kings College

One of the entrances of Trinity College

Gonville and Caius College

Gonville and Caius College

Gonville and Caius College, Gate of Honour

Gate of Honour's sun dial

Visiting Prof. Stephen Hawking?

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