Title: My Prairie Meteorite Searches
Murray Paulson 2021 Bio
I felt the starry sky’s calling when I was 9 years old and these many years later I find it still fascinates me. Whether viewing the planets, a distant nebula, or a colorful double, the sky brings me home. In the 90s I discovered Meteorites and Eclipses, both of which I fell in love with. Neither of these activities is helping the RRSPs along, but I didn’t want to retire anyway. And then in 2008 the Buzzard Coulee meteorite changed everything and I became a meteorite hunter, and better yet, a Meteorite finder! Many chases and hunts later it still excites me to find that next meteorite.
Murray Paulson Writes the Planets section of the RASC’s Observers Handbook and the occasional article on observing Mars.
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, inperson meetings of The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada - Kingston Centre have been cancelled until further notice (since March 2020).In lieu of inperson meetings, we are holding virtual meetings with the aid of the Zoom videoconferencing system.
RASC-KC members will receive a preregistration email from the President a few days before the meeting. This will also be sent to other RASC centres across canada, for the use of RASC members.
Non-members who are interested should view the meeting on our Youtube Channel:
This will be livestreamed to our Youtube channel (RASC Kingston) as well. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFF-jyftqHUeQwsVMh99fXQ
For some people the bandwidth requirements may be much less than a live zoom call, but you will not be able to interact with the meeting as you would in zoom.
- Introductions & Notes - Kim Hay
Title TBA - Murray Paulson (RASC Edmonton)
- Hanks Sun Spot
- Rick's What's Up In The Sky?
- Short (time not height) Member Observations (~5 min)
- General Q &A