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International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Every person - women, men and non-binary people - can play…
Due to unforseen circumstances Dr Chris Arridge is now unable to give his talk, however Professor Carl Murray has kindly stepped in to provide a lecture. Exploring the Saturn System with the Cassini-Huygens SpacecraftProfessor Carl Murray (Queen…
Due to unforseen circumstances Dr Chris Arridge is now unable to give his talk, however Professor Carl Murray has kindly stepped in to provide a lecture. Exploring the Saturn System with the Cassini-Huygens SpacecraftProfessor Carl Murray (Queen…
Gravitational lensing, or how to detect and measure the warps of space-timeProf David Valls-Gabaud(Venue: RAS Lecture Theatre- booking opens 14 December, please email events@ras.org.uk for tickets)Gravitational lensing is an ubiquitous phenomenon…
Gravitational lensing, or how to detect and measure the warps of space-timeProf David Valls-Gabaud(Venue: Geological Society Lecture Theatre- no booking required) Gravitational lensing is an ubiquitous phenomenon which allows astronomers to detect…
The Invisible UniverseDr Jen Gupta, University of Portsmouth(Venue: Royal Astronomical Society Lecture Theatre - booking opens 9th November, please email events@ras.org.uk for tickets) Gazing at the night sky with our eyes or telescopes reveals…