Terry Moseley Terry's interest in astronomy took off in the Sixties with his first home-made telescope, followed by a succession of ever more powerful ones, and access to the professional telescope at Armagh Observatory. His primary observational interests are Jupiter, Saturn, meteor showers and eclipses of the Moon, and particularly of the Sun. He has been elected as a Fellow of the British Astronomical Association, and the Royal Astronomical Association, He has been elected President of the Irish Astronomical Association for a record 4 occasions, and has received that body's Fitzgerald and Opik awards. He was honoured to receive the Queen’s British Empire Medal for outreach in astronomy. And he was very proud when the International Astronomical Union named an asteroid after him: 16693 Moseley.