Stuart Clark, Tunguska and the AGM
We held a reasonably well attended public meeting last night, featuring both our Annual General Meeting and a lecture by Dr Stuart Clark.
The AGM included a review of past year’s activities and the election of the committee for the coming year (the line-up will be posted on the committee page shortly).
Dr Clark’s talk was about the topic of the 1908 Tunguska event and what the truth was behind the explosion/impact/air burst …. it seems that nobody is 100% sure what happened 100 year ago in Siberia, but the investigation will continue.
Next month’s public meeting will feature a talk by supernovae expert Tom Boles.