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- Mon, 13 FebLecture Theatre13 Feb, 19:15 – 21:15Lecture Theatre, Romney Rd, London SE10 9NF, UKWhat is life? How did the Earth became a Paradise? Where do we humans come from? Why is there so much injustice and destruction around us? Dealing with these important questions, we will first explore ancient beliefs, myths and superstitions,
- Thu, 23 FebLocation is TBD23 Feb, 19:00 – 21:00Location is TBDLassell made his fortune as a Liverpool brewer. This enabled him to pursue his passion for astronomy, particularly his keen interest in the outer planets. Described as one of the first “Grand Amateurs” of the Victorian age, William Lassell list of achievements is truly impressive.
- Tue, 21 MarLocation is TBD21 Mar, 19:00 – 22 Mar, 21:00Location is TBDA lot is spent on space exploration and some people believe that it is a waste of money. However, there are so many everyday things that we take for granted that wouldn’t exist if it hadn't been for the Space Programme. This talk takes a deep dive into this subject.
- Tue, 25 AprLocation is TBD25 Apr, 19:00 – 21:00Location is TBDIt is sometimes supposed that there was no astronomical activity in the Middle Ages, but during this time much of the foundations of modern astronomy were laid. An overview of astronomers and astronomical knowledge from the 5th Century to the publication of Copernicus'
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