Lovell lecture - First light
|Starts:||19:30 26 May 2015|
|Ends:||21:00 26 May 2015|
|What is it:||Lecture|
|How much:||£8 adults
/ £6 concession; 10% discount for annual pass holders|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults, General public, Post 16|
Professor Jim Dunlop, Institute of Astronomy, The University of Edinburgh.
Professor Dunlop will talk about how recent advances in observational astronomy, especially the refurbishment of the Hubble Space Telescope, let us to look back to within 500 million years of the Big Bang, and directly observe the emergence of the first galaxies.
Following the Big Bang, the Universe expanded and cooled until gravity caused the most dense regions of the universe to collapse and form the first stars and galaxies. Professor Dunlop will also describe how the next generation of facilities, including the long awaited James Webb Space Telescope, will shed new light on how today’s highly-structured and beautiful Universe emerged from the initial chaos of creation.
Pre-lecture dining is available in the Planet Pavilion Café. Our award winning cafe will be serving delicious pre-lecture dinners. Why not indulge in an evening treat?
Sittings are at 6.00pm, 6.15pm 6.30pm & 6.45pm. Space is limited to 50 people. Menu:
Belly Pork with Beetroot Puree, Honey Glazed Carrots and a honey and Ale Sauce £14.50
Salmon, Boulangere Potatoes with Bearnaise Sauce and Asparagus £12.95
Wild Mushroom and Spinach Risotto served with a Poached Egg. £10.95
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a booking enquiry. The cafe will be reserved for those who have booked pre-lecture dinner, but takeaway light refreshments will be available for non diners.
For lecture tickets please call 01477 571766, tickets are non refundable and pre-booking is required.
Price: £8 adults
Concessions: £6 concession; 10% discount for annual pass holders
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