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October 2020

LDAS Monthly Meeting – Colin Stuart on ‘How to Weigh the Universe’

October 28 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Colin Staurt on 'How to weigh the Universe' We’ve never left our solar system and yet we can weigh planets, stars and even galaxies stretching far across the universe. Find out how on this journey through the cosmos, taking in the latest work on exoplanets, gravitational waves, black holes, dark matter and more. It all hinges on whether the laws of physics are the same out in space as they are here on Earth. Most astronomers believe they are, but…

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November 2020

LDAS Monthly Meeting – Gravitational wave astronomy reveals fatal end of a wild cosmic dance.

November 25 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Tonights talk will be given, via Zoom, by Dr Ulrich Kolb, who says . "Since the Nobel prize winning first detection of gravitational waves emitted by merging black holes in 2015, the list of confirmed gravitational wave events from compact binary mergers has been growing steadily. A complementing rapid-response campaign by telescope facilities around the globe is searching for electromagnetic counterparts of these gravitational wave sources. I will review the state of play and report on some of my experience…

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January 2021

LDAS Monthly Meeting – Asteroid Dawn (Vesta and Ceres Investigation.

27 January 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Michael Czajkowski - "Asteroid Dawn” (Vesta and Ceres Investigation)   Talk covering the asteroids and the vast increase in knowledge about their formation and composition, focusing on Veta and Ceres. Michael is an Open University Tutor and member of Lincolon Astronomy Society.  

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