Paul has been given two awards over the years for his services to promoting Astronomy and Space across the UK:
Recipient of the Federation of Astronomical Societies (FAS) 'Eric Zuker' Award for contributions to Astronomy presented to Paul Money at the FAS AGM/Convention 19th Oct 2002 held at the University of Leicester.
Paul receives the Eric Zuker Award from Malcolm Jones, FAS President at the time.
Yes - I was surprised!
Picture courtesy of Stan Waterman FAS Meetings Secretary 2002
More recently Paul was awarded the:
Sir Arthur Clarke Lifetime Achievement Award for 2012
Paul (left) being presented with the award by BROHP founder Jerry Stone.
Sir Arthur Clarke Lifetime Achievement Award sponsored by the British Rocketry Oral History Project
Paul Money - Astronomer, Writer, Broadcaster
“Paul is one of the UK's most accomplished amateur astronomers, with 30 or more years of service to amateur astronomy and to public outreach/education. He gives talks up an down the country, averaging 100+ per year. Awarded the Eric Zuker award in 2002, he is an Astronomy Mentor. He publishes his own annual sky guide, Night Scenes and writes regular product reviews for Sky At Night magazine. Paul has coordinated the Horncastle Astronomy Weekend, held at Horncastle College, Lincolnshire for ~25 years and acts as Resident Astronomer on solar eclipse expeditions and Northern Lights flights for Omega Holidays.”
Paul was nominated by his good friend Ryan Laird of UKSEDS
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