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Space Time

This venue is on the ground floor and should meet accessibility requirements
Past event - 2019
21 May Doors 6:30PM
Starts 7:15PM
Ends 9:30PM
The Misson, 11-13 Posterngate,
Hull HU1 2JN
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Tonight James Keegans informs us of our ultimate demise, and how 'pretty' it will be, and David Benoit explores comets and astroids!

Supernovae, Dark Energy, and Standard Candles

James Keegans (PhD Student - E.A. Milne Center, The University of Hull)
@Jimjam91
Type Ia supernovas are some of the most spectacular events in the Universe, outshining their host galaxies when they occur. We use them to measure distances to some of the most remote objects in the Universe, however, there are still questions about their exact nature. We will explore some of those questions, and shine some light on one of the brightest astronomical events there is.
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Chemistry on a Comet

Dr David Benoit (Senior Lecturer in Physical Chemistry - E.A. Milne Centre, The University of Hull)
@dbenoit1
Find out why comets and asteroids are really more like big dusty snowballs and how they act as a "mobile chemistry lab" in space. Could our water come from outer-space and has life started by hitching a ride on a comet? Let's find out!
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22 May
Hull
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Elemental

Atoms 14 Periodic Table