Join us March 7th for our the next Full Moon-th Meetup where we’ll chat with Adrian Bradley – astrophotographer, board member for several Michigan astronomy clubs, and Ambassador candidate for the Vatican Observatory Foundation.
We’ll also have the latest news of the Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope*.
This meetup is a perk for our Sacred Space Astronomy subscribers: on Tuesday March 7th, we’ll be holding our regularly scheduled on-line meetup where you get to chat with each other, and astronomers and scientists from the Vatican Observatory!
Adrian Bradley has lived in Michigan for most of his life; His grandfather was a photographer, and after discovering that he too loved photography, Adrian has continued his grandfather’s legacy.
Adrian is an amateur astronomer, and is active in multiple astronomy clubs, and is a member of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. He is the treasurer of the Warren Astronomical Society, and the VP for the University Lowbrow Astronomers in Ann Arbor Michigan, through which he met Brother Guy and Dr. David Levy.
Adrian is active within his church in Detroit, Michigan – St Augustine/St Monica Parish, presided by Monsignor Daniel Trapp. He is a choir member and helped to start the livestream ministry there.
Adrian’s favorite hobby is night photography – frequently when the sky is clear, he will travel to his favorite places in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan to take nightscapes.
Adrian is a regular guest on Explore Scientific’s Global Star Party which can be seen live most Tuesdays at 6pm CST on Explore Scientific’s Facebook page or from their site:
When? Tuesday, March 7th: Rain or shine
What time? These meetups will happen around lunch time in North America: in particular, 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, which is 10:00 AM Tucson time.
How do you access the Zoom link? Join Sacred Space Astronomy and you’ll get an email with the full link! If you are already a member, log in to the Vatican Observatory site, and you will see the Zoom info at the bottom of this post.
*The Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope consists of the Alice P. Lennon Telescope, and the Thomas J. Bannan Astrophysics Facility.