Tuesday 18th October, 7.30pm
Speaker: Colin Hooper
Colin comes from the Cody Astronomical Society (ex-RAE Farnborough) and has had a lifelong interest in astronomy. Cassini’s intended life was 4 years. It has been operating for 12 years. It has made discoveries in the ring system and especially the moons. This talk looks at the 19 years since its launch to the discoveries it has made; also to show some of the wondrous photographs it has taken.