Event ID:  23079
Contact Name:  Jerry Stone
Contact Email:  jerry.stone2001@gmail.com
Contact Phone:  07939204457
Organization:  Hertford Astronomy Group
Event Web Site:  www,hertsastro.org.uk
Dates:  10th October 2018 to 10th October 2018
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Type:  Public
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Country:  United Kingdom
State/Province:  Hertfordshire
City:  Welwyn Graden City
Location:  The View, Panshanger Golf Complex, Old Herns Lane, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire AL7 2ED
Event Name:  Hertford Astronomy Group October meeting
Event Description:  The Bayfordbury Observatory Coldly going where no one has gone before: Or how to do astronomy with tiny tiny radio waves Dr Mark Thompson will introduce the Bayfordbury Observatory and talk about his research. 7:30 for 8pm. All welcome. Visitors £3.50. Accompanied under-16s and Students Free. Half the light in the Universe is emitted at wavelengths we cannot see with our eyes, in the form of far-infrared and sub-millimetre wave radiation. Dr Thompson will show you how we discovered this light, what we can use it for and how we trace the cold parts of the Universe that are forming stars and galaxies. We’ll also take a tour of some of the latest telescope facilities working in the far-infrared and sub-millimetre, some of which are on high mountains and some of which in space and some are halfway in between!
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