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    Daryl Dobbs

    I hope the series of webinars’ continue after the end of July, I for one enjoy them as I very rarely go to London even without Covid19 complicating things.

    Congratulation to all of those involved for their hard work it is very much appreciated. I feel it’s a good way for members to get involved when they can’t commute to London.

    I usually watch them via YouTube

    Peter Gudgeon

    I totally agree with the above, from Daryl.

    I also believe it allows a much wider range, or specialist topics to be aired. My first on-line attendance was for the spectroscopic study of molecules in comets, a subject that probably would not have drawn crowds queueing around the block if held at one physical location, but over the Internet reached a larger number of interested members globally, such as myself in Spain.    

    Dominic Ford

    Thanks for the kind feedback!

    Please rest assured that there is a lot of support in the BAA for this, and they absolutely will continue.

    We will take a break for the holiday season, but a new season of webinars will start soon.

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