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Dr Evan Keane will bring us up to date with a revolutionary new radio telescope, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). Playing a crucial role, it is possible and affordable for the SKA to be built by 2024. With an unprecedented … Continue reading
Professor Jamie Gilmour of Manchester University will lead our discussion. Professor Gilmour says: “Asteroids and comets are the leftovers from the formation of planets in the early solar system. Their study can shed light on how the planets grew and, … Continue reading
Our speaker this month is Andy Newsam, Professor of Astronomy Education and Engagement. Professor Newson says: “My research is varied but generally involves getting observations from large number of telescopes all over the world (and sometimes above it) and trying … Continue reading
It’s our 10th Anniversary so we started with a normal Scibar… Andrew Greenwood leading a Scibar on “Naked eye Astronomy” which session got rave reviews at Bollington last February. If you have ever looked up at the starry night sky … Continue reading
Dr Megan Argo, Researcher at Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, University of Manchester will discuss “Colliding Galaxies” with us.