2nd Annual Edmund Weaver Lecture in Astronomy

Fantastic worlds and where to find them a public lecture by Dr Phil Sutton University of Lincoln Wednesday 10 April 2019 6 pm – 7:20 pm Newton Lecture Theatre INB0114 in the Isaac Newton building, University of Lincoln Book a place In recent years there has been an explosion in the discovery of new planets…

3rd Annual Robert Grosseteste Lecture in Astrophysics

Tides: From the Bay of Fundy to Black Holes a public lecture by Professor Don Kurtz Jeremiah Horrocks Institute, the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK Friday, 28 September 2018, 6:00-7:20 pm Newton Lecture Theatre  INB0114 in the Isaac Newton building, University of Lincoln Book a place Tides are mysterious. Why are there two tides…

2nd Annual Robert Grosseteste Lecture in Astrophysics

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Planets and Pulsations: The New Keplerian Revolution a public lecture by Professor Don Kurtz Jeremiah Horrocks Institute, the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK Wednesday, 6 December 2017, 6:00-7:20 pm Newton Lecture Theatre  INB0114 in the Isaac Newton building, University of Lincoln One of the biggest questions humans…

1st Edmund Weaver Lecture in Astronomy

Today, 11 October 2017, Phil Sutton delivered an illuminating public lecture on the Cassini mission to Saturn. That was the first lecture in a new lecture series of Annual Edmund Weaver Lectures in… Source: 1st Annual Edmund Weaver Lecture

1st Annual Edmund Weaver Lecture in Astronomy

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Cassini: Over A Decade Of Discoveries a public lecture by Dr Phil Sutton University of Lincoln Wednesday, 11 October 2017, 6:00-7:20 pm Newton Lecture Theatre  INB0114 in the Isaac Newton building, University of Lincoln The Cassini spacecraft has been in orbit around Saturn since 2004. The unprecedented detail…

1st Annual Robert Grosseteste Lecture in Astrophysics/Cosmology

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Poseidon has definitely sent storm Doris to  prevent establishing a new tradition in Lincoln – annual public lectures in Cosmology/Astrophysics. However, his efforts were in vain: in a truly heroic 9 hours trip, combining multiple trains and a taxi, our inaugural speaker Professor Peter Coles arrived from Cardiff to…

Sir Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal

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Great Minds lecture: Sir Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal Space exploration, life and the cosmos 23 September 2014, 6.00pm EMMTEC Building, Brayford Campus, University of Lincoln The space age is little more than 50 years old, and has been crucial for science. Unmanned probes have visited the planets of…