Graham Bryant

Thursday, March 19 2020 at 7:15PM

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Goldsmith Avenue

Graham Bryant

What's the talk about?

Many people witnessed the well documented developments and technological build up that put man on the Moon in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Over the intervening years there have been a growing scepticism whether mankind actually did land on the Moon. This is known as the Moon Landing Conspiracy. Much is written about this. Graham Bryant will take a cold look at the claims of the conspiracists and ascertain whether there is any scientific validity in their claims that we did not land on the Moon.


Graham has been involved in astronomy as an amateur for 50 years. He is chairman of the Hampshire Astronomical Group. Graham is a fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, a member of the BAA and a founder member of the BAA’s Commission for Dark Skies. A Council members of the Federation of Astronomical Societies and recently awarded an Honory Fellowship by the University of Portsmouth.


£3 on the door

Doors 7pm

Talk 7.30pm

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