Summer Social 2015
Saturday, 18th July
Rodington Village Hall
- 5:30pm - Solar Observing (weather permitting)
- 6:30pm - 'Bring and Share' feast
- 7:00pm - Quiz
- 8:00pm - Presentation by guest speaker, Megan Argo
- Late Night Observing
"The Kaleidoscopic Universe"
Saturday, 18th July 2015
Astronomy is the study of the entire universe using the only thing that reaches us: light. But visible light is only a tiny part of the much larger electromagnetic spectrum, encompassing everything from radio, microwave, infra-red, and visible, to ultra-violet, x-ray and gamma-ray. This story takes us on a tour of some well-known astronomical objects to illustrate what each part of the spectrum can tell us about the physics of our universe.
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