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Astrophysics residential

  • Date 29 - 31 Jul 2019
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Astrophysics residential

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How do galaxies evolve? What are cosmic rays? What did LIGO detect? How can we “see” dark matter? From classical astronomy to dark matter and astroparticle physics, in this course students will explore the night sky and find out about the highlights of modern astrophysics in an interactive, engaging and creative way.

In collaboration with Smallpeice Trust and the Greenwich Observatory. Find out more here

2019 07 29 Astrophysics Residential

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