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Galactic archaeology: mining stellar fossils in the Milky Way
Organised By IOP South Central Branch and University of Surrey
Tags #Astrophysics #Stars #Astronomy #Galaxy #UniversityOfSurrey #Surrey #SouthCentralBranch #IOPSouthCentral
November 16, 2021
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Stars in the night sky like our Sun have been around almost since the birth of the Universe
Some Stars for example, were born in a nearby galaxy that fell into our Milky Way
Stars are therefore a bit like the fossils we find here on Earth
I will share some of the secrets of making an excellent galactic archaeologist and will invite you to help me find the origins of some Stars in our night sky
You will have the opportunity to understand how astronomers use Stars to understand the transformation of galaxies from irregular blobs in the early Universe into the beautiful spiral and elliptical galaxies of today
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Link: Galactic archaeology: mining stellar fossils in the Milky Way

Beneath the Night: How the Stars have shaped the History of Humankind (SOLD OUT)
Organised By IOP London and South East Branch
Tags #AstronomyAndSpace #Space #Astronomy #CultureHistoryAndSociety #LondonAndSouthEast #Hertfordshire #Hatfield #LondonAndSouthEastBranch
October 6, 2021
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Beneath the Night: How the Stars Have Shaped the History of Humankind Since the dawn of human beings, it appears that we have looked up in wonder  at the Stars
 From Stone Age to space age, people have looked up at the Stars and been inspired by their beauty, their patterns, and their majesty
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University of Hertfordshire
Lindop Building
College Lane
Hatfield
Hertfordshire
AL10 9AB
Link: Beneath the Night: How the Stars have shaped the History of Humankind (SOLD OUT)

A Multi-Sensory Inspection of the Universe - IOP North East Branch Feature Talk
Organised By IOP North East Branch
Tags Astronomy Universe Senses Feature NorthEast NorthEastBranch
September 29, 2021
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Tune in for an array of  audio experiences of astronomy, including listening to planets around distant Stars and to hearing the Stars appear above the Paranal Observatory in Chile
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Online Event
Link: A Multi-Sensory Inspection of the Universe - IOP North East Branch Feature Talk

Meteors
Organised By Bournemouth Natural Science Society & IOP South Central Branch
Tags #AstronomyAndSpace #Meteors #BNSS #SouthCentralBranch
March 9, 2021
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"Shooting Stars represent the death throes of remnants from the ancient solar system, and so studying them offers a chance to add to our knowledge of our deep past
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This is an online event
Link: Meteors

Nuclear Data - The Original Big Data Challenge
Organised By IOP West Midlands Branch (Keele Centre)
Tags NuclearPower DataAnalysis Data Nuclear Keele WestMidlands WestMidlandsBranch
February 25, 2021
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In this seminar, Allan Simpson of the National Nuclear Laboratory will take you on a journey to discover just why the data that helps us understand the inner workings of nuclear reactors, the evolution of Stars or treat cancer patients in our hospitals is the original big data challenge and just why we'll be seeking perfection for years to come
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Link: Nuclear Data - The Original Big Data Challenge

Weird Worlds: The New Science of Exoplanets Yorkshire Prestige Physics Talk
Organised By IOP Yorkshire Branch
Tags Planets Exoplanets BinaryStars Yorkshire YorkshireBranch
February 18, 2021
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Astronomers have become very good at finding planets around other Stars
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This is an online event
Link: Weird Worlds: The New Science of Exoplanets Yorkshire Prestige Physics Talk

Neutrinos
Organised By IOP South Central Branch, Bournemouth Natural Science Society
Tags #Neutrinos #Nuclear #DarkMatter #CotswoldAstronomicalSociety #SouthCentralBranch #BNSS
January 12, 2021
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Mark Gibbons – events organiser at the Cotswold Astronomical Society   Neutrinos are produced by the most elementary nuclear processes in Stars, in unimaginably vast numbers
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Link: Neutrinos

What Are You Made Of?
Organised By IoP West Midlands Branch (Keele Centre)
Tags #NuclearPhysics #Astrophysics #Elements #PeriodicTable #Keele #WestMidlands #WestMidlandsBranch
December 17, 2020
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We will start by introducing Stars and their importance and then explain how they produce chemical elements (nuclides to be precise) in their interior
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Link: What Are You Made Of?

The (Gravitational) Sound of the Universe
Organised By IOP West Midlands Branch
Tags #GravitationalWaves #Astronomy #WestMidlandsBranch #Birmingham
December 8, 2020
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Dr Davide Gerosa, Institute of Gravitational Waves Astronomy, University of Birmingham Most of what we know about the Universe (planets, Stars, galaxies
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Online
Link: The (Gravitational) Sound of the Universe

“The Dawn of Gravitational Wave Astronomy”
Organised By IOP London South East Branch
Tags #openuniversity, #LondonSouthEastBranch, #IOPBranchEvents
November 10, 2020
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Each originates from the merger of some of nature's most extreme objects - black holes and neutron Stars
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online only
Link: “The Dawn of Gravitational Wave Astronomy”

Our Home Galaxy, The Milky Way - Prof Victor Debattista, University of Central Lancashire
Organised By West Midlands Branch
Tags Astrophysics #West #Midlands #Branch University of Birmingham
October 27, 2020
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  The Milky Way, our home galaxy, is comprised of some hundred billion Stars of which the Sun is a typical example
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Link: Our Home Galaxy, The Milky Way - Prof Victor Debattista, University of Central Lancashire

Gravitational Waves
Organised By IOP West Midlands Branch, Hereford & Worcester Centre
Tags #Gravity #Astronomy-and-space #Stars-and-solar-physics #IOPHWC #Hereford #Worcester #West-Midlands #WestMidlandsBranch #IOPBranchEvents
October 1, 2020
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Aaron Jones & Sam Cooper, University of Birmingham Gravitational waves were predicted by Einstein over 100 years ago and can be used to learn about some of the most exotic and difficult to observe objects in our universe, such as neutron Stars and black holes
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Link: Gravitational Waves

IOP Oxford: Optics for Fusion by Dr Alexandru Boboc
Organised By IOP Oxford (London and South East)
Tags #Nuclear-fusion #Optics-and-photonics #Lasers #Plasma-physics #Oxford #London-and-South-East
July 22, 2020
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ITER – “the way” in Latin, a worldwide collaboration to build the world's largest tokamak, a magnetic fusion device that has been designed to prove the feasibility of fusion as a large-scale and carbon-free source of energy based on the same principle that powers our Sun and Stars) JT60-SA – Japan Torus 60 Super Advanced
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Link: IOP Oxford: Optics for Fusion by Dr Alexandru Boboc

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
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LJ1.75, Lennard Jones Laboratories, Keele University, ST5 5BG
Link: Making a Star in the Lab

Details of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram as revealed by the 2nd Gaia data release
Organised By IOP London and South East branch
Tags #Gaia-satellite #London-and-South-East #LondonandSouthEastBranch #public-lecture #Milton-Keynes #IOPBranchEvents
March 10, 2020
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Speaker Dr Floor van Leeuwen, University of Cambridge Abstract I will briefly review the Gaia satellite mission and how the data from this mission allow us to establish, with much greater accuracy than ever  before, critical relations between observed properties of Stars
I will show in particular the details that have now come into focus for the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, which shows relations between stellar surface temperature and brightness for Stars of different ages, masses and chemical composition, and which is as such a vital tool in understanding stellar structure and evolution
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Open University
Berrill Lecture Theatre, Open University
Walton Hall
Milton Keynes
United Kingdom
MK7 6AA
Link: Details of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram as revealed by the 2nd Gaia data release

3MW: North Wales & Cheshire Centre Heat
Organised By North Wales & Cheshire Centre (IOPWales/Merseyside Branch)
Tags #3MW #IOPBranchEvents #IOPWales #WestMidlandsBranch #ScienceCommunication #Competition #Wrexham
February 20, 2020
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17:40 - Georgina Dransfield, University of Birmingham - For over a century, astronomers have compared Stars on brightness versus temperature graphs to figure out their age, size and composition
My research, meanwhile, attempts to make an equally useful graph of extra-solar planets: I compare hot, Jupiter-like planets with cool failed Stars on colourful graphs
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Nick Whitehead Theatre, Wrexham Glyndwr University
Mold Road
Wrexham
Wales
LL11 2AW
Link: 3MW: North Wales & Cheshire Centre Heat

From the Big Bang to the Current Universe: the Visible Matter Around Us
Organised By University of York - Binding Blocks team
Tags #Nuclear-fusion #Nuclear-physics #Particle-and-nuclear #free #London #England
February 18, 2020
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Evening talk and exhibition late opening Atomic nuclei make up almost all of the visible matter surrounding us, spanning from the molecules of our very own DNA, to the elements which make up Stars and galaxies
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Institute of Physics
37 Caledonian Road
London
UK
N1 9BU
Link: From the Big Bang to the Current Universe: the Visible Matter Around Us

Weird New Worlds
Organised By IOP Scotland
Tags #Astronomy #ExtraSolarPlanets #Renishaw #HeriotWattUniversity #Edinburgh #Scotland #IOPBranchEvents #IOPScotland
February 18, 2020
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I'll discuss as the prospects for getting the first "weather reports" from extrasolar planets and show the first weather maps made for brown dwarfs -- objects a bit bigger than planets but smaller than Stars
Address
Royal Society of Edinburgh
22-26 George Street
Edinburgh
Scotland
United Kingdom
EH2 2PQ
Link: Weird New Worlds

A- Level Nuclear Physics Masterclass
Organised By University of York - Binding Blocks team
Tags #Nuclear-fusion #Nuclear-medicine #Nuclear-physics #London
February 13, 2020
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The workshop will then look at the application of nuclear physics to Stars
Address
Institute of Physics
37 Caledonian Road
London
UK
N1 9BU
Link: A- Level Nuclear Physics Masterclass

Stargazing Evening with Astronomy Lecture
Organised By Yorkshire
Tags #Astronomy-and-space #England #Yorkshire IOPBranchEvents YorkshireBranch
February 5, 2020
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Have a go at finding a star through the lens of a telescope, learn how to identify constellations and try to spot shooting Stars
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St Peter's School
Clifton
York
N.Yorks
United Kingdom
YO30 6AB
Link: Stargazing Evening with Astronomy Lecture

Building the Universe, One Block at a Time
Organised By University of York, Binding Blocks team
Tags #Education-and-outreach #Nuclear-fusion #Nuclear-physics #Nuclear-medicine #Exhibition #Free #London
February 4, 2020
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From the Stars, to medicine, to electricity generation, discover how nuclear physics has shaped the world around you
Address
Institute of Physics
37 Caledonian Road
London
UK
N1 9BU
Link: Building the Universe, One Block at a Time

BAA Meeting
Organised By British Astronomical Association
Tags #Astronomy #Space #BritishAstronomicalAssociation #London
January 25, 2020
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We can only look at what is out there but can't bring Stars and galaxies into the lab
Address
Institute of Physics
37 Caledonian Rd
London
N1 9BU
Link: BAA Meeting

Lecture: The Music of the Stars
Organised By IOP Lancashire and Cumbria
Tags #Astrophysics #UCLan #IOPBranchEvents #LancashireAndCumbriaBranch #Preston
January 22, 2020
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Emily Brunsden is a lecturer in the Department of Physics at the University of York specialising in Astrophysics The Music of the Stars "Asteroseismology is the study of pulsations produced by vibrational physics in Stars, analogous to the vibrations in musical instruments
In particular with Gamma Doradus Stars, the pulsations penetrate deep into the stellar interior
Address
Harrington Lecture Theatre, Harrington Building, UCLan
University of Central Lancashire
11 Victoria St
Preston
PR1 7QS
Link: Lecture: The Music of the Stars

A star’s life and death as seen by the James Webb Space Telescope
Organised By IOP Yorkshire Branch
Tags #Stars-and-solar-physics #James #Webb #Space #Telescope #Wakefield #IOPBranchEvents #YorkshireBranch
January 16, 2020
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The telescope will look for the first bright objects in the universe, how Stars and planets form, and for the chemical signatures of life on distant planets
Address
Wakefield College
Margaret Street
ASIC Lecture Theatre, The University Centre Building
Wakefield
Yorkshire
UK
WF1 2DH
Link: A star’s life and death as seen by the James Webb Space Telescope

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

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)

Exoplanets
Organised By Carolian Astronomy Society
Tags #Astronomy-and-space #Exoplanets #eastmidsbranch
October 9, 2019
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With these discoveries has come a greater appreciation of the profound influence Stars have on their planets and the factors that determine if life could survive
Address
King Charles I School, Kidderminster, Science Theatre
DY10 1XA
Link: Exoplanets

Meet Dr Andy Aldrin, President and CEO, Aldrin Family Foundation
Organised By IOP North East branch
Tags #Astronomy-and-space Teeside
October 9, 2019
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Embassy in London to the Reece Foundation; from the Institute of Physics – NE branch to RTC North; from all our speakers at our space event days to the multitude of ground crew that provided prizes, print support and so much more…there are too many Stars to count!!! Background information of our visitors: Dr Aldrin is President and CEO, Aldrin Family Foundation & ShareSpace Foundation; Director of the Aldrin Space Institute and ISU-Center for Space Entrepreneurship and Commerce at Florida Institute of Technology
Address
Egglescliffe School & Sixth Form College
Stockton-on-Tees
TS16 0LA
Link: Meet Dr Andy Aldrin, President and CEO, Aldrin Family Foundation

IOP SCB lecture: Stranger Worlds, The Sci-Fact in the Sci-Fi
Organised By IOP South Central Branch
Tags #SciFi #ScienceFiction #Lecture #Public #SouthCentralBranch #Guildford #Surrey #IOPBranchEvents
October 8, 2019
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Is time travel really possible? Are there aliens? Could we travel between the Stars in a lifetime? These are all questions that authors, filmmakers and more have used as inspiration to fuel new creative ideas that have intrigued and excited audiences over the years
Address
Lecture Theatre G
University of Surrey
Guildford
Surrey
GU2 7XH
Link: IOP SCB lecture: Stranger Worlds, The Sci-Fact in the Sci-Fi

World Space Week Evening public lecture: The hunt for dark matter
Organised By IOP South Central Branch and University of Surrey
Tags #DarkMatter #AstroPhysics #Astronomy #Lecture #Public #SouthCentralBranch #Guildford #Surrey #IOPBranchEvents
October 5, 2019
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It raises the velocity of Stars and gas in galaxies, bends light around massive galaxy clusters and promotes the growth of structure in the Universe
Address
ODEON, Guildford
Bedford Road
Guildford
Surrey
UK
GU1 4SJ
Link: World Space Week Evening public lecture: The hunt for dark matter

Exoplanets - Investigating planets around other Stars
Organised By IOP East Anglia Branch
Tags #IOPBranchEvents #EastAngliaBranch #Ipswich #Astronomy #Exoplanets
September 26, 2019
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Exoplanets - Investigating planets around other Stars Presented by Matt Bothwell of University of Cambridge’s Institute of Astronomy Two talks 4-5pm and 7-8pm Matt is an astronomer at the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Astronomy
uk/e/exoplanets-investigating-planets-around-other-Stars-tickets-67633283973
Address
Thomas Theatre
Kesgrave High School
Main Road
Kesgrave
Link: Exoplanets - Investigating planets around other stars

The Music of Stars
Organised By Newcastle Astronomical Society and IOP North East Branch
Tags #Astronomy-and-space #Astronomy #Stars-and-solar-physics #Brunsden #NorthEast #Newcastle #NorthEastBranch #IOPBranch
September 19, 2019
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Dr Emily Brunsden of the the University of York will talk about her work exploring how the pulsation of Stars in the night sky can be used to help us determine their internal structure
Address
Summerhill Bowlind Club
Winchester Terrace
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE4 6EH
Link: The Music of Stars

A Universe From Scratch
Organised By Carolian Astronomy Society
Tags #Astronomy-and-space #Galaxies #West-Midlands
September 11, 2019
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We can only look at what is out there but can't brings Stars and galaxies into the lab! However we can build them inside computers and attempt to simulate them
Address
King Charles I School, Kidderminster, Science Theatre, DY10 1XA
Link: A Universe From Scratch

Space Adventures Code Labs
Organised By IOP South West and CAST
Tags #Astronomy-and-space #Art #coding #IOPBigData #SouthWestBranch #Cornwall #SouthWest #IOPBranch
August 10, 2019
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Participants will explore creative coding to design their own digital skyscapes of millions of Stars and will use real space data to explore techniques – such as match filtering – that are employed by astronomers to identify new Stars and find objects in space
Address
Cornubian Arts and Science Trust (CAST)
3 Penrose Rd
Helston
Cornwall
TR13 8TP
Link: Space Adventures Code Labs

Asteroseismology: A New Keplerian Revolution
Organised By Institute of Physics Lancashire and Cumbria Branch
Tags #LancashireAndCumbriaBranch #Preston #Astrophysics #Astereoseismology
May 15, 2019
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We are in a time of a significant advance in our understanding of stellar astrophysics, seeing Stars as never before
Address
Lecture Theatre 2 or 3, Foster Building
UniversityofCentralLancashire
Preston
Lancashire
UK
PR1 2HE
Link: Asteroseismology: A New Keplerian Revolution

Charles Parsons and The Parsons Family
Organised By IOP North East Branch and Newcastle Lit & Phil Society
Tags #Astronomy-and-space #Environment-and-energy #Diversity-and-inclusion #History #Engineering #Parsons #Heald #Turbine #Telescope #North-East #Newcastle
April 25, 2019
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It remained the largest in the world for 70 years, and enabled a radical reassessment of the Stars
Address
Lit & Phil Library
23 Westgate Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 1SE
Link: Charles Parsons and The Parsons Family

Galaxy formation and evolution: nature vs nurture
Organised By Institute of Physics Lancashire and Cumbria Branch
Tags #LancashireAndCumbriaBranch #Lancaster #GalaxyFormation
April 10, 2019
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Event Type: Lecture/Talk Speaker: Dr David Sobral (Lancaster)   Galaxies like the Milky Way are complex islands of Stars, gas, dust and dark matter which are often found together
Address
Cavendish Colloquium Room
FaradayLectureTheatreComplex
Lancaster
Lancashire
UK
LA1 4YB
Link: Galaxy formation and evolution: nature vs nurture

From Frosty Ashes of Stars to the Molecules of Life: Unravelling the Chemical Universe
Organised By IOP London and Southeast Branch
Tags #LondonAndSouthEastBranch #Lecture #Physics #IOP #OpenUniversity #MiltonKeynes #public #astrochemistry #astronomy
April 9, 2019
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Speaker: Dr Anita Dawes, The Open University Abstract: Until less than a century ago astronomers believed the space between the Stars, the interstellar medium, to be just that… empty space
These molecules are found in regions of space where Stars and planets are born from vast clouds of dust and frost-covered dust grains
Could the building blocks of life have originated in space? This lecture will focus on our current knowledge of how such molecules form in space and follow their journey through the birth of Stars and planets
Address
Berrill Lecture Theatre
OpenUniversity
Walton Hall
Milton Keynes
MK7 6AA
Link: From Frosty Ashes of Stars to the Molecules of Life: Unravelling the Chemical Universe

International Conference on High Energy Density Science (ICHED)
Organised By IOP Plasma Physics Group
Tags #IOPGroupEvents #PlasmaPhysicsGroup
March 31, 2019
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In the natural universe, one finds HED conditions in the big bang, in Stars, in planets, and in dynamical systems such as supernovae and gamma-ray bursts
Address
University College
Oxford
Oxfordshire
United Kingdom
OX1 4BH
Link: International Conference on High Energy Density Science (ICHED)

Sixteenth Edinburgh Lunchtime Rendezvous
Organised By IOP Scotland Senior's Group
Tags ##Scotland #IOPS #Edinburgh #seniors #physics
March 27, 2019
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Nuclear fusion, the process that powers the Stars, has the potential to provide a virtually unlimited source of energy here on Earth, but producing this energy in a controlled way has, so far, proved to be an elusive goal
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Clubhouse, Daniel Stewart’s and Melville College
InverleithPlayingFields
523 Ferry Road
Edinburgh
UK
EH5 2DW
Link: Sixteenth Edinburgh Lunchtime Rendezvous

Dr Warrick Ball, University of Birmingham "Asteroseismology: The Sounds of the Stars"
Organised By IOP university Birmingham
Tags #Birmingham #WestMidlandsBranch #IOPBranchEvents
March 26, 2019
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University of Birmingham
Link: Dr Warrick Ball, University of Birmingham "Asteroseismology: The Sounds of the Stars"

Lecture: Asteroseismology, The Sounds of the Stars
Organised By IoP West Midlands Branch
Tags #asteroseismology #sound #Stars #WestMidsBranch
March 26, 2019
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Lecture: Asteroseismology, The Sounds of the Stars Dr Guy Davies, University of Birmingham   Sound gets trapped in Stars
  This simple fact unlocks the interior of Stars for scientific study - we call this study asteroseismology
What we have learned by peering beneath the surface of Stars is breathtaking
Join Dr Davies to listen to the sounds of the Stars, discuss what we can learn, and see how we are applying asteroseismology to explore our place in the Galaxy
Address
University of Birmingham
PoyntingPhysicsBuilding
Edgbaston
Birmingham
United Kingdom
B15 2TT
Link: Lecture: Asteroseismology, The Sounds of the Stars

An overview of X-ray astronomy: past discoveries and future prospects
Organised By IOP London and Southeast Branch
Tags #LondonAndSouthEastBranch #London #Lecture #Physics #IOP #public #AndrewNorton #astronomy #xray
March 20, 2019
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Norton will describe how astronomical objects, such as neutron Stars and active galaxies, emit X-rays, as well as the technology used to detect X-rays from space
Address
Venue name
37CaledonianRoad
Kings Cross
London
N1 9BU
Link: An overview of X-ray astronomy: past discoveries and future prospects

What we can learn from Gaia about the origin and structure of galaxies
Organised By Institute of Physics Lancashire and Cumbria Branch
Tags #LancashireAndCumbriaBranch #Gaia #ESA #Galaxies #Preston
March 13, 2019
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Gaia is a space observatory of the European Space Agency (ESA) designed for astrometry: measuring the positions and distances of Stars with unprecedented precision
Address
Lecture Theatre 2 or 3, Foster Building
UniversityofCentralLancashire
Preston
Lancashire
UK
PR1 2HE
Link: What we can learn from Gaia about the origin and structure of galaxies