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The BAA will be holding a Radio Meteor Scatter workshop in Northampton on Saturday 31st October.
Radio Meteor Scatter allows meteor activity to be monitored during the daytime and when it is cloudy ... and many observers run automated systems. It also helps extend our knowledge of meteor activity by detecting particles too small to produce naked eye meteors
Attendees do not need to be BAA members and no prior experience of this work is necessary.
Pre-booking is essential, however.
For further details, see https://www.britastro.org/radioscatter2015
Added by: Tracie Heywood