Astronomy with Paul Fellows of Cambridge Astronomical Association + astronomy events in Cambridge

What is about the study of the stars that captivates so many? Paul Fellows of the Cambridge Astronomical Association explains about his subject. Hear about dark matter, isotopes, space probes and the association’s weekly events in Cambridge.

What’s on in Cambridge UK for the public

  • All ages are welcome to join a weekly astronomy event at the Institute of Astronomy off Madingley Road. Talks and star gazing when possible. Every Wednesday in University term time at 7pm. Car park near the entrance on the right. Walk on further to the Hoyle Building. To see what’s planned for weeks ahead, look up the Cambridge Institute of Astronomy and click on Public talks. Or see www.ast.cam.ac.uk/public
  • Cambridge Astronomical Association members talks and meetings – see www.caa-cya.org/

Events for school-age people

  • Mondays – Cambridge Young Astronomers age 11+ group
  • Thursdays –  Cambridge Young Astronomers age 7-11 group

For example
Monday 5th January 2015 19:15 CYA 11+ group The Moon
Saturday 31st January 2015 10:00 CYA 7-11 group Back to the Future
Monday 2nd February 2015 19:15 CYA 11+ group Occultations
Saturday 28th February 2015 10:00 CYA 7-11 group Eclipse

Cambridge Astronomical Association 

  • Join the mailing list http://www.caa-cya.org/newversion/reminders.php
  • Join the association, form at http://www.caa-cya.org/newversion/joinus.php

And that’s pretty much all from the Science Show on Cambridge 105 as the show takes a holiday.  For news of that follow us on twitter@105science. You can still pick up all 60 of our podcasts at http://cambridge105.fm/podcasts/science-show/ or go to the iTunes Store and search for 105 science or Cambridge 105. Finally, many thanks to astronomer Paul Fellows and the dozens of guests who informed us how science takes shape in Cambridge today. Bye from me, Roger Frost.

 

 

 

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