Taking place from 13 to 15 October at Kents Hill Conference Centre in Milton Keynes, the RSGB Convention lecture programme is, once more, catering for all aspects of amateur radio.
We have confirmed talks from the A25UK DXpedition to Botswana and the ZL7G DXpedition to Chatham Island.
Professor Hugh Griffiths, G4CNV will speak on Reflections on the History of Radar, making use of recently declassified material from the Public Records Office at Kew.
This year, the AMSAT-UK Colloquium is combined with the RSGB Convention and, amongst other space and satellite talks, we are delighted that Professor Monica Grady, who many of you will have seen on television talking about the Rosetta mission, has agreed to come and talk.
Monica is Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences at the Open University and has previously presented the prestigious Royal Institution Christmas Lectures on the subject of A Voyage in Space and Time.
Booking for the event is now open and you can book everything from the whole weekend to a single day ticket—go to rsgb.org/convention for full details.
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