Talks for the public during the National Astronomy Meeting

13th, 14th & 15th April 2010

Location: University of Glasgow

Tickets: Free, but must be reserved in advance

The 2010 Royal Astronomical Society National Astronomy Meeting will be hosted by the University of Glasgow at the main campus in Glasgow’s West End.   During this week, three talks are offered for the public:

  • The Magic of the Sun and Stars – Explore the wonders of our own Sun and countless other stars throughout the Universe
    John Brown & Lucie Green

    7.30 pm Tuesday 13th April 2010
  • How to Use a Million Astronomers: The Galaxy Zoo and Beyond – Discover how “Citizen Scientists” are helping to unravel the mysteries of how galaxies formed
    Chris Lintott
    7.30 pm Wednesday 14th April 2010
  • Here is the Space Weather – Learn about the space environment and how its “weather” impacts on human technology
    Jim Wild
    7.30 pm Thursday 15th April 2010

All Lectures are FREE and open to all ages, and begin at 7.30pm in Room 257, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Kelvin Building, University of Glasgow.  In association with the Astronomical Society of Glasgow.

Tickets

e-Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance, via http://www.astro.gla.ac.uk/nam2010/pub.php.