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For its 16th year, the Ross-on-Wye Science Society presents a forum of entertaining lectures, discussions and scientific facts.
The next meeting of the new 2016-17 season will be held on
Wednesday Evening, 7th December 2016 at 7.30 pm
Members and guests, in the tradition of the Ross Science Society, you will be welcomed at the December meeting with mulled wine and mince pies. Please come early to enjoy the celebrations.
Measuring the Universe. From Greek-Roman times to Present
Dr Keith Mosley
Aristarchus of Samos (c.310 –c.230 bc) measured the distance of the Sun and Moon to the Earth nearly two millennia before Copernicus, since then there have been other opinions and cultural beliefs that have shaped the then current view of our Universe
The Society Meets in Castle Lodge Hotel at 7:30pm on the first Wednesday of the Month
The hotel has its own car park.
Chairman: Norman Pomfret 01989 565948 email@example.com
Secretary: Jan Falkiner 01989 720539 firstname.lastname@example.org