Tag: Dr Adrian Jannetta
Dr Adrian Jannetta, Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and Chairman of Northumberland Astronomical Society
Dr Adrian Jannetta is chair of the Northumberland Astronomical Society. Here he reveals some of some of Northumberland’s best kept secrets, including beaches, where to rock pool, and historical places to explore and discover.
According to prominent Northumberland astronomer Dr Adrian Jannetta, the Northern Lights are set to shine on in Northumberland – and indeed the North of England – in the coming weeks. The frequency with which the Northern Lights appear in our skies should increase over the next 12-18 months. This will be followed by a period of decline as the sunspot cycle winds down again.
Dr Adrian Jannetta, a Northumberland astronomer will give a talk as part of BBC Two’s Stargazing Live 2012 programme. In his talk at Bamburgh CAstle he will ask “Where are the Aliens?” Stargazing Live has events across the UK in January and Dr Jannetta’s talk will take place on January 14.