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The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST)
Organised By IOP West Midlands Branch
Tags #Astronomy #Space #Telescopes #SpaceMissions #Stars #SolarPhysics #IOPHWC #IOPBranchEvents #WestMidsBranch #Worcester #WestMidsBranch
October 23, 2019
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LSST will revolutionize our understanding of the cosmos from Stars and planets through to the expansion of the universe and tests of fundamental physics
Address
University of Worcester
Room EEG089
St John's Campus
Worcester
Worcestershire
WR2 6AJ
Link: The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST)

Solar energy: a bright future
Organised By IOP Merseyside and district branch
Tags #Stars-and-solar-physics #Solar-cells #Environment-and-energy #IOPBranch #MerseysideBranch #Liverpool
November 7, 2019
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Central Teaching Hub, University of Liverpool building 221
Liverpool
Merseyside
United Kingdom
L69 7BX
Link: Solar energy: a bright future

Evening Lecture: Lifting the Veil on Galaxy Evolution
Organised By IOP West Midlands Branch
Tags #Astronomy #Space #AstroparticlePhysics #WestMidlands #Birmingham #IOPBranch #WestMidsBranch
February 25, 2020
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In this talk I will show that physical processes involving interstellar and intergalactic dust are expected to play a major role in regulating the accumulation of baryons in galaxies and their condensation into Stars
Address
Poynting Building
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
Link: Evening Lecture: Lifting the Veil on Galaxy Evolution

Making a Star in the Lab
Organised By IoP West Midlands Branch (Keele Centre)
Tags #Stars #Laboratory #NuclearFusion #WestMidlands #WestMidsBranch #Keele #IOPBranch
March 12, 2020
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Alison Laird (University of York) Title: Making a Star in a Lab Abstract: We are all ‘stardust’ - almost all the elements that make up the world around us, the oxygen we breathe, the iron in our blood, were 'cooked' in the hearts of Stars before the Solar System formed
This talk will show how the tiny atomic nucleus has a huge influence on Stars and galaxies, and how nuclear reactions drive the creation of the chemical elements
We will also demonstrate the role of supernovae and novae, and explain how we can study these exploding Stars in a laboratory
Address
LJ1.75, Lennard Jones Laboratories, Keele University, ST5 5BG
Link: Making a Star in the Lab