March Public Meeting – James Hannan
On 16th March, our Chairman, James Hannan, will be giving us a talk about The Physics Behind a Lunar Base. With attention focused on Mars, the possibility of a base on the Moon has been somewhat passed over. Is a base on the Moon, necessary? What is the likelihood of us being able to go back or even colonise? And who is likely to be the first: Europe, NASA or China?
Tea, coffee and refreshments will be provided. Doors open at 7.30pm with the talk starting at around 8pm.
Henry Dixon Hall, Rivenhall End CM8 3HR
Members £1, non-members £2, children free. All welcome.