BAA RA Zoom Conference Meetings Archive

You will find links to the BAA RAGZ Zoom Conference Recordings below along with links to any papers that have been presented and shared.

 

Friday the 5th Jan 2024 at 19:30 GMT (19:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

Recent endeavours for the search for the H-1 line. Andrew Thornett
&
Home built Cherenkov radiation muon detector. Martin Bertges


Friday the 1st Dec at 19:30 GMT (19:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

Quasars, black holes, and future of the Milky Way


Prof Clive Tadhunter
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Sheffield


Monday the 13th Nov at 19:30 GMT (19:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

Deep Science at Boulby Underground Laboratory The search for Dark Matter and Beyond.
Prof. Sean Paling STFC UKRI Boulby Underground Lab

Recent endeavours for the search for the H-1 line
Andrew Thornett


Friday the 6th Oct at 19:30 GMT (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

Square Kilometre Array Observatory at Jodrell Bank & National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
Dr. Asayama, Shinichiro
Supplementary information


BAA RAG Zoom on Thursday the 8th June at 19:30 GMT (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

Planetary atmospheric electricity: lightning and ionisation around the solar system
Prof. Karen Aplin
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Bristol Univ.
Karen is an interdisciplinary physicist with expertise in innovative instrumentation as applied to problems in space and atmospheric science.


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday the 05th March at 19:30 GMT (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

Meteors and Fireballs The UK Fireball Alliance aims to recover freshly fallen meteorites in the UK.
Led by staff of the Natural History Museum, UKFAll is a collaboration between the UK’s meteor camera networks.

Dr Luke Daly MSc Geology, ARSM, FRAS
Lecturer Planetary Geoscience
co-lead of the UK Fireball Network
School of Geographical and Earth Sciences
University of Glasgow


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday the 31st March at 19:30 GMT (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

What gravitational waves can tell us about the universe
Dr John Veitch
Senior Lecturer
Institute for Gravitational Research
School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Glasgow


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday the 3rd March at 19:30 GMT (19:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

Citizen Science and Radio Jove – The Science and instrumentation for a Radio exploration of Jupiter
Dr. Chuck Higgins
Middle Tennessee State University
Physics and Astronomy Dept.


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday the 3rd Feb at 19:30 GMT (19:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

Imaging of black holes with the Event Horizon Telescope
Dr. Ziri Younsi
UKRI Stephen Hawking Fellow
Mullard Space Science Laboratory
University College London


BAA RAG Zoom on Saturday 21st Jan at 10:00 GMT (10:00 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

An Introduction to Radio Astronomy
Dr Wolfgang Herrmann, Astropeiler Stockert Observatory, Germany


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday 6th Jan at 19:30 GMT(18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

HF Meteor Trail Reflections Observed at Anchorage, Alaska USA
Whitham D. Reeve, Anchorage, Alaska USA.
Associated Presentation

UK observations using the new 6m beacon
‘update and phase 2’
Brian Coleman, Meteor Beacon lead


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday 2 Dec at 19:30 BST (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

Christmas Lecture
‘Exploring the Dark Ages of the Universe by Radio’
The first stars ever! 400 million years after the big bang. This era has never been observed and constitutes over a billion-year gap in our knowledge.

Dr. Emma Chapman
Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin fellow based at the University of Nottingham.


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday 4 Nov . 19:30 BST (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

Andrew Thomas ‘On Geomagnetism’

Mark Edwards ‘Oct. 9th – an interesting SID event’ – A Bolt from the Blue paper


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday 7 Oct . 19:30 BST (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)
‘All about Magnetar’s’

By Dr Samuel Lander, Theoretical astrophysicist. Univ. East Anglia.


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday 2nd Sept . 19:30 BST (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)
‘An X-ray view of the Universe’

By Dr Helen Russell, School of Physics & Astronomy Nottingham University


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday 5th Aug . 19:30 BST (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)
‘Radio Astronomy group Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society’

By Peter Peloquin


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday July 1st . 19:30 BST (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)
‘Cosmic neutrinos – messengers from the cosmos arriving in Antarctica’

By Prof. Jim Madsen, Executive Director Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Centre. (WIPAC)


BAA RAG Zoom on Friday June 3rd. 19:30 BST (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new window)

‘LOFAR: how high-resolution radio observations can help us understand supermassive black holes’
By Dr. Leah Morabito, UKRI Future Leaders Fellow and Asst Prof Durham University


BAA Radio Astronomy Section Zoom held on Friday May 13th. 19:30 BST (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new Window)

‘muons; Detection, Cosmology, Tomography, Navigation and Civil Engineering’. By Professor Lea Thompson, Department of Physics and Astronomy. University of Sheffield

Andrew Thomas introduced the UKRAA Cosmic muon Detector, for further information visit –  ukraa.com

 


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on Friday 1st April at 19:30 BST (18:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new Window)

…on Fast gamma ray bursts Carole Mundell is Professor of Extragalactic Astronomy at the University of Bath. She is an observational astrophysicist who researches cosmic black holes and gamma ray bursts.
By Prof. Carole Mundell


BAA RAG Zoom Conference Held on Friday 4th March at 19:30 GMT (19:30 UTC) – The Recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel Here (it will open in a new Window)

Ice Crystals at the edge of space – Noctilucent Arora and Clouds and Polar Mesosphere Summer Echoes
By Dr David Hooper (David is a STEM ambassador working for the STFC at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.)
The main presentation was followed by Sandra Brantingham, Noctilucent Section Director.
This was a joint session with the ‘Arora and Clouds and Polar Mesosphere Summer Noctilucent Cloud’ Section of the BAA.)


BAA RAG Zoom on Feb at 19:30 GMT (19:30 UTC) – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

Chris Steyaert – VHF Meteor Observations, the IMO, and correlation

Associated Presentation


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 15 Jan 2022 at 14:00 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

Marcus Leach – Canadian Centre for Experimental Radio Astronomy ‘GNU II Training seminar more mysteries of GNU Radio’


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 07 Jan 2022 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

Alexander Josephy ‘CHIME, Magnetars and Fast Radio Bursts’ Alex has done major foundational work both on CHIME and scientifically.’

Real Time Alert Systems information can be found here


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 10 December 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

Prof. Anna Scaife. Professor of Radio Astronomy at the University of Manchester and Head of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics –  ‘Jodrell Bank, the cold war and the space race’


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 3 December 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

Dr Richard Russell – Deep Space Exploration Society (DSES) ‘Pulsars for Galactic Navigation’

Associated Material
Pulsar Navigation Russel 2021 Presentation
A-Practical-Guide-for-Selecting-and-Utilizing-Pulsars-for-Galactic-Navigation

‘SARA presents…’ Pablo Lewin Building a Radio Telescope for H1 observations

Associated Material

Building a Radio Telescope for H1 observations presentation

Additional material can be found here (its quite a large download)


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 5 November 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

The Physics, Analysis and Imaging of Solar flares. A perspective for Radio Astronomers – Prof Lyndsay Fletcher – Glasgow University School of Physics and Astronomy


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 1 October 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

The changing environmental conditions in near-Earth space – Dr. Gemma Richardson Space Weather scientist in the British Geological Survey geomagnetism team ’


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 3 September 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

‘HAARP High-Frequency Active Auroral Research – Whit Reeve’ Exploring the obscurities of the upper atmosphere

High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) – PDF is here

HAARP Capabilities – PDF is here


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 23 July 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

‘e-Callisto a Radio eye for Solar Activity – Christian Monstein’


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 25 June 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

‘On the tricky question of Pulsars – Peter East OBE FREng’


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 28 May 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

Current Observations from Astropeiler Stockert – Wolfgang Herrmann

Deep Space Exploration Society website (DSES.science)

The groups publications are on: DSES Publications – Deep Space Exploration Society

They have a 60 ft. dish in which we have been observing pulsars, neutral HI.

Also, EME and Tropospheric radio transmissions.

They also have a science and engineering meeting 2 X a month that has a significant number of radio astronomy science lectures.

DSES posts – Deep Space Exploration Society


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 14 May 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

Hydrogen-Line Observations and Instrumentation – Brian Coleman


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 23 April 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

Geomagnetism ~ Earth’s Magnetic Field and the Sun – Whitham D. Reeve

Abstract


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 09 April 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

SIDs and TIDs – the ups and downs of the ionosphere – Mark Edwards


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 26 March 2021 at 19:30 UTC – The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

Radio Meteor Detection collaboration Project – John Berman – Presentation is here

Endeavors In Understanding the Experiment – Mike German – Presentation is here

Meteor Scatter– Philip Norton – Presentation is here


BAA RAG Zoom Conference held on the 12 March 2021 at 19:30 UTC- The recording can be found on the BAA You Tube Channel here (it will open in a new window)

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