Meeting Recordings

Our monthly general meetings are usually recorded. You can watch the latest meeting video here, or browse the list of previous recordings below. Subscribe to our YouTube channel if you don’t want to miss the next one!

Meeting Recordings

  • MPAS Meeting August 2021
    Main talk: “Shooting Stars As Part Of The Natural Environment”, by MPAS member Trevor Hand.
  • MPAS Meeting July 2021
    Main talk: “What Is Life?”, by Emeritus Prof. Sir Paul Nurse, video courtesy of the Royal Institution
  • MPAS Meeting June 2021
    Main talk: “The Disappearance of Frederick Valentich”, by Eamonn Gunning (video used with special permission of the Melbourne Marvels website)
  • MPAS Meeting May 2021
    Main talk: “15 Million Degrees: A Journey to the Centre of the Sun”, by Heliophysicist, Prof. Lucie Green of University College London, public domain video courtesy of the Royal Institution.
  • MPAS Meeting April 2021
    Main talk: “The Geology of the Mornington Peninsula”, by Mike Cleeland of Bunurong Coast Education in Inverloch.
  • MPAS Meeting March 2021
    Main talk: “Destination Mars”, by MPAS member Trevor Hand.
  • MPAS Meeting February 2021
    Main talk: “Telescope building”, by John Dobson.
  • MPAS Meeting January 2021
    Main talk: “Indigenous Astronomy, Light Pollution and the Shared Wilderness of the Night Sky”, by Michael Brown and Krystal De Napoli, Monash University.
  • MPAS Meeting December 2020
    Main talk: “Supernovae” by MPAS member Ross Berner.
  • MPAS Meeting November 2020
    Main talk: “How to Return to the Moon and Go On to Mars”, by Apollo 17 astronaut and Geologist, Dr. Harrison Schmitt (public domain video courtesy of the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition)
  • MPAS Meeting October 2020
    Main talk: “The End of Time: Future History of the Universe”, by Prof. Geraint Lewis (from public domain channel of the Royal Institution)
  • MPAS Meeting September 2020
    Main talk: “Life and Love in Space”, by Ulrich Walter (from Free Documentary channel)

For older recordings, head over to our YouTube Channel.