The Science of Armageddon, Wolverhampton, 8th July 2010

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david entwistle
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The Science of Armageddon, Wolverhampton, 8th July 2010

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The Science of Armageddon - see here for full details and registration.
Find out about the ongoing word-wide search for potentially hazardous asteroids and learn how robotic telescopes are used to track them. Jay Tate (The Spaceguard Centre) and Dr Andrew Newsam (Liverpool John Moores University) explain the risk that asteroids and comets pose to the Earth and human existence.

Learn how you could be involved in this search, and help prevent the sort of disaster that made dinosaurs a thing of the past.
  • 6.30pm Doors Open: refreshments available
    7.00pm Talk: Jay Tate - Director of the Spaceguard Centre
    7.45pm Break: refreshments available, various exhibits including meteorites and robotic telescope systems.
    8.15pm Talk: Dr Andrew Newsam - Liverpool John Moores University
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Post by jb1970 »

Thanks David. Just down the road from me.

All the best
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