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How to Explore the Universe


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Modern telescopes are opening up a view of the cosmos that goes beyond the wildest dreams of astronomers just a generation ago, and with that view comes the chance to answer some of the most exciting questions in science.

Date and Time

13 February 2014 - 14:00-16:00


Wirral, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Merseyside and West Cheshire local network.

About this event

Physical exploration beyond the Solar System may always remain science-fiction, but modern technology, engineering and software are opening up amazing windows on the universe that we can explore without leaving the comfort of our own corner of the cosmos. From exploding stars to black holes, there is almost no aspect of the universe that we are not now seeing in unprecedented detail, giving us the chance to solve some of the most important unanswered questions in science.

Additional information

Presenter - Professor Andy Newsam, Professor of Astrophysics, Liverpool John Moores University

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Registration not required.Contact information - Haydn Evans Tel. 01513427950e-mail - 

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